On Dec 26, 2007 8:44 AM, jzakiya <jzakiya / mail.com> wrote:
> I was running the files in the 1.9.0 /samples directory and incurred a
> "`<main>': undefined method `times' for Time:Class (NoMethodError)"
>
> time.rb
>
> #! /usr/local/bin/ruby
> cmd = ARGV.join(" ")
> b = Time.now
> system(cmd)
> e = Time.now
> ut, st, cut, cst = Time.times.to_a
> total = (e - b).to_f
> STDERR.printf "%11.1f real %11.1f user %11.1f sys\n", total, cut, cst
>
> I did a Time.methods, and sure enough it's there in 1.8.6 but not
> 1.9.0.
>
> Is this an oversight, or is this now deliberately deprecated behavior?
> How would you do the equivalent in 1.9.0 if deprecated?

manveru@sigma ~ % irb
Time.times
(irb):1: warning: obsolete method Time::times; use Process::times
# #<struct Struct::Tms utime=0.08, stime=0.02, cutime=0.0, cstime=0.0>