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* Copyright 2005 The WebRTC Project Authors. All rights reserved.
* Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license
* that can be found in the LICENSE file in the root of the source
* tree. An additional intellectual property rights grant can be found
* in the file PATENTS. All contributing project authors may
* be found in the AUTHORS file in the root of the source tree.
#include <ctime>
#include <time.h>
#include "webrtc/base/basictypes.h"
namespace rtc {
static const int64_t kNumMillisecsPerSec = INT64_C(1000);
static const int64_t kNumMicrosecsPerSec = INT64_C(1000000);
static const int64_t kNumNanosecsPerSec = INT64_C(1000000000);
static const int64_t kNumMicrosecsPerMillisec =
kNumMicrosecsPerSec / kNumMillisecsPerSec;
static const int64_t kNumNanosecsPerMillisec =
kNumNanosecsPerSec / kNumMillisecsPerSec;
static const int64_t kNumNanosecsPerMicrosec =
kNumNanosecsPerSec / kNumMicrosecsPerSec;
// TODO(honghaiz): Define a type for the time value specifically.
class ClockInterface {
virtual ~ClockInterface() {}
virtual uint64_t TimeNanos() const = 0;
// Sets the global source of time. This is useful mainly for unit tests.
// Returns the previously set ClockInterface, or nullptr if none is set.
// Does not transfer ownership of the clock. SetClockForTesting(nullptr)
// should be called before the ClockInterface is deleted.
// This method is not thread-safe; it should only be used when no other thread
// is running (for example, at the start/end of a unit test, or start/end of
// main()).
// TODO(deadbeef): Instead of having functions that access this global
// ClockInterface, we may want to pass the ClockInterface into everything
// that uses it, eliminating the need for a global variable and this function.
ClockInterface* SetClockForTesting(ClockInterface* clock);
// Returns the actual system time, even if a clock is set for testing.
// Useful for timeouts while using a test clock, or for logging.
uint64_t SystemTimeNanos();
int64_t SystemTimeMillis();
// Returns the current time in milliseconds in 32 bits.
uint32_t Time32();
// Returns the current time in milliseconds in 64 bits.
int64_t TimeMillis();
// Deprecated. Do not use this in any new code.
inline int64_t Time() {
return TimeMillis();
// Returns the current time in microseconds.
uint64_t TimeMicros();
// Returns the current time in nanoseconds.
uint64_t TimeNanos();
// Returns a future timestamp, 'elapsed' milliseconds from now.
int64_t TimeAfter(int64_t elapsed);
// Number of milliseconds that would elapse between 'earlier' and 'later'
// timestamps. The value is negative if 'later' occurs before 'earlier'.
int64_t TimeDiff(int64_t later, int64_t earlier);
int32_t TimeDiff32(uint32_t later, uint32_t earlier);
// The number of milliseconds that have elapsed since 'earlier'.
inline int64_t TimeSince(int64_t earlier) {
return TimeMillis() - earlier;
// The number of milliseconds that will elapse between now and 'later'.
inline int64_t TimeUntil(uint64_t later) {
return later - TimeMillis();
class TimestampWrapAroundHandler {
int64_t Unwrap(uint32_t ts);
uint32_t last_ts_;
int64_t num_wrap_;
// Convert from std::tm, which is relative to 1900-01-01 00:00 to number of
// seconds from 1970-01-01 00:00 ("epoch"). Don't return time_t since that
// is still 32 bits on many systems.
int64_t TmToSeconds(const std::tm& tm);
// Return the number of microseconds since January 1, 1970, UTC.
// Useful mainly when producing logs to be correlated with other
// devices, and when the devices in question all have properly
// synchronized clocks.
// Note that this function obeys the system's idea about what the time
// is. It is not guaranteed to be monotonic; it will jump in case the
// system time is changed, e.g., by some other process calling
// settimeofday. Always use rtc::TimeMicros(), not this function, for
// measuring time intervals and timeouts.
int64_t TimeUTCMicros();
} // namespace rtc