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Timer_q is a shared C library which implements multiple queues of timed events. This is commonly needed, but often implemented badly (via. alarm()). The library also aims to be fast, small, and easy to use.

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  •  07 Mar 2006 06:35

    Release Notes: Many fixes were made for corner cases. A debug build was added for the development of code using the library. A unit test framework and some unit tests were included.

    •  18 Jan 2003 11:07

      Release Notes: pkg-config build and usage is now used, and the RPM spec files were changed.

      •  09 Oct 2000 23:10

        Release Notes: Fixes for a couple of minor documentation glitches and one bug that would make the timer's wait around under certain conditions.

        •  12 Sep 2000 18:30

          Release Notes: This release adds a whole bunch of bugfixes and the addition of a lot of asserts so you can debug applications that use the library more easily (if you compile the library with debugging).

          •  25 Apr 2000 01:51

            Release Notes: Fixes for a couple of build problems, and extra debug checking if you build with --enable-debug (it will tell you instantly if you call timer_q_add_static_node() with the wrong arguments).


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