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From: "Eli Zaretskii" <eliz AT is DOT elta DOT co DOT il>
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Subject: Re: uclock_t & gcc 3.0.4 on Windows-2000
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> From: "Alex Vinokur" <alexvn AT bigfoot DOT com>
> Newsgroups: comp.os.msdos.djgpp
> Date: Sun, 21 Apr 2002 15:17:15 +0200
> 
> start_uclock_ = 35292
> end_uclock_   = 35306
> start_uclock_ = -29321
> end_uclock_   = -29307
> Assertion failed at xxx.h line 34: start_uclock_ >= 0
> Exiting due to signal SIGABRT
> Raised at eip=00007c8e
> eax=000bf9ec ebx=00000120 ecx=00000000 edx=00000000 esi=00000054 edi=0003fb60
> ebp=000bfa98 esp=000bf9e8 program=D:\_T02_P~1\a.exe
> cs: sel=01f7  base=01e80000  limit=000cffff
> ds: sel=01ff  base=01e80000  limit=000cffff
> es: sel=01ff  base=01e80000  limit=000cffff
> fs: sel=01cf  base=00012150  limit=0000ffff
> gs: sel=020f  base=00000000  limit=0010ffff
> ss: sel=01ff  base=01e80000  limit=000cffff
> App stack: [000bfb60..0003fb60]  Exceptn stack: [0003fabc..0003db7c]
> 
> Call frame traceback EIPs:
>   0x00007bb4
>   0x00007c8e
>   0x000057f9
>   0x00017cc6
>   0x0000161b
>   0x00005278
> #########################
> 
> We can see that behavior of uclock_t is not long-long-behavior.
> 
> Any explanation?

I can suggest two possible explanations:

  - the C++ library has a bug when printing long long variables via
    cout (did you try an equivalent C program?);

  - uclock tries to reprogram the system timer chip, but Windows 2000,
    being of the NT family, doesn't let you do so.

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