Am 17.06.2014 18:44, schrieb Junio C Hamano:
> Karsten Blees <> writes:
>> Am 11.06.2014 10:01, schrieb Karsten Blees:
>>> the epoch allows using the results (div 10e9) with other time-related APIs.
>> s/10e9/1e9/
> That replacement is fine but the "(div 1e9)" still wants to be
> clarified.  What did you exactly mean by that?  If the result is
> divided by 10^9 then it yields the number of seconds?
> Thanks.

Div 10^9 yields a time_t. But as not all time-related APIs use time_t, perhaps 
its best to drop the "(div 1e9)" altogether. That the function returns 
nanoseconds should be clear enough. Will drop in the next round.

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