[Mono-list] Bug in Environment.TickCount
Thiago M. Sayão
thiago.sayao at gmail.com
Mon Jul 23 20:40:59 EDT 2007
Thanks for the fix!
The value of this property is derived from the system timer and is
stored as a 32-bit signed integer. Consequently, if the system runs
continuously, TickCount will increment from zero to Int32.MaxValue for
approximately 24.9 days, then jump to Int32.MinValue, which is a
negative number, then increment back to zero during the next 24.9 days.
On Mon, 2007-07-23 at 10:54 +0200, Paolo Molaro wrote:
> On 07/19/07 Thiago M. Sayão wrote:
> > Enrironment.TickCount is supposed to return the miliseconds since the
> > boot. For my surprise it was returning a negative number which should
> > only happen on the 47th day of uptime.
> I committed a fix to svn. Note that the negative numbers will
> be returned after about 24 days.
> Does anyone have a windows system running for more than that (chuckles)
> and see if TickCount returns negative values or if the sign bit is
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