Issue #13726 has been updated by usa (Usaku NAKAMURA).


@larskanis, thank you for information.

larskanis (Lars Kanis) wrote:
> So to remove these inconsistencies we could truncate file times to 1/64 precision, when GetSystemTimePreciseAsFileTime() is not available?

OK, I'll test it.

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Feature #13726: PATCH: Windows builds - fractional second file times
https://bugs.ruby-lang.org/issues/13726#change-68173

* Author: MSP-Greg (Greg L)
* Status: Assigned
* Priority: Normal
* Assignee: usa (Usaku NAKAMURA)
* Target version: 
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At present, I believe Windows builds have integer seconds resolution on File times.

Attached are three patches that seem to correct the issue. The numbered patches are best applied in order.

The c source patches were created by kubo (Kubo Takehiro); I created the spec patch, along with some testing.

All related tests (run parallel) pass on my system for MinGW builds and x64-mswin64_140 builds.  I did some checks with Appveyor, and there may be issues with the logger tests, due to the fact that the tests are very time sensitive (I ran -j3 on a quad system, Appveyor runs -j2 on a dual core).

I believe file time values are stored with 100 ns resolution, but times have 100 s resolution.  This was the reason for some of the changes to the tests, as time appears to be truncated (floor), as opposed to round.

I would appreciate if consideration could be given to adding this (or similar) code.  Thank you.

---Files--------------------------------
02-file-utime.patch (5.53 KB)
spec-rubyspec-core-file-time.patch (2.99 KB)
01-time-subsec.patch (15.2 KB)
spec-rubyspec-core-file-time.patch (3.28 KB)


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