Hi,

In message "[ruby-talk:22391] Re: Do we about sub-second [amc]time on files?"
    on 01/10/11, "Brian F. Feldman" <green / FreeBSD.org> writes:

|It had been the reason I had tried it; I just wanted the accurate stat() 
|information.  As such, I didn't try to convert the rest of Ruby at the time 
|to support actual nanosecond-level time granularity except for as part of 
|Time itself.  If you give me the go-ahead, I'll spend some free time and 
|make timespec consistently used throughout the interpreter.  I didn't want 
|to do the work for that, though, until I would know that it would be used 
|(^_^)

"go-ahead".  But I think we have to re-think about names.  I don't
really like something like "nano_time_new".

							matz.