Quoting Maarten Lankhorst (2017-08-07 10:45:38)
> Op 04-08-17 om 09:50 schreef Chris Wilson:
> > Quoting Maarten Lankhorst (2017-08-02 11:29:17)
> >> Export 2 functions, igt_signal_helper_get_num and
> >> igt_signal_helper_get_hz.
> >> This will allow tests to measure how much time in a test was spent
> >> in a uninterruptible state, which is useful when testing whether
> >> certain ioctl's can be interrupted or not.
> > Use sig_ioctl, the purpose of that wrapper is to measure whether or not it
> > was interrupted. Refine it to suit your purposes, it is the surgical
> > scalpel compared to the shotgun of signal_helper.
> > -Chris
> I've been using the igt display helpers now so I don't have to worry about
> the ioctl's. Using sig_ioctl would mean having to perform the ioctl's myself,
> and that makes the code a lot more verbose..
You know that we igt uses igt_ioctl so that we can switch the ioctl
wrapper. What you have here is sig_ioctl so rather than painting the
shotgun signal helper a different colour, use the interface that
actually supports what you have in mind.
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