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Section: 99 [time.clock.monotonic] Status: Resolved Submitter: BSI Opened: 2010-08-25 Last modified: 2017-02-03
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Duplicate of: 1411
Addresses GB-107, DE-20
4.1 [intro.compliance] p.9 states that which conditionally supported constructs are available should be provided in the documentation for the implementation. This doesn't help programmers trying to write portable code, as they must then rely on implementation-specific means to determine the availability of such constructs. In particular, the presence or absence of std::chrono::monotonic_clock may require different code paths to be selected. This is the only conditionally-supported library facility, and differs from the conditionally-supported language facilities in that it has standard-defined semantics rather than implementation-defined semantics.
[ Resolution proposed in ballot comment: ]
Provide feature test macro for determining the presence of std::chrono::monotonic_clock. Add _STDCPP_HAS_MONOTONIC_CLOCK to the <chrono> header, which is defined if monotonic_clock is present, and not defined if it is not present.
[ 2010-11-01 Daniel comments: ]
Paper n3128 addresses this issue by replacing monotonic_clock with steady_clock, which is not conditionally supported, so there is no need to detect it.
This is resolved by n3191.