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RT-31450: Merge with Webkit master (svn revision r150795) win64 fix
author Alexey Utkin <alexey.utkin@oracle.com>
date Mon, 08 Jul 2013 20:54:50 +0400
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/*
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 * Copyright (C) 2008 Cameron Zwarich <cwzwarich@uwaterloo.ca>
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#include "config.h"
#include "CurrentTime.h"

#if OS(DARWIN)
#include <mach/mach.h>
#include <mach/mach_time.h>
#include <sys/time.h>
#elif OS(WINDOWS)

// Windows is first since we want to use hires timers, despite USE(CF)
// being defined.
// If defined, WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN disables timeBeginPeriod/timeEndPeriod.
#undef WIN32_LEAN_AND_MEAN
#include <windows.h>
#include <math.h>
#include <stdint.h>
#include <time.h>

#elif PLATFORM(EFL)
#include <Ecore.h>
#else
#include <sys/time.h>
#endif

#if USE(GLIB) && !PLATFORM(EFL)
#include <glib.h>
#endif

#if PLATFORM(QT)
#include <QElapsedTimer>
#endif

#if PLATFORM(JAVA)
#include <WebCore/platform/java/JavaEnv.h>
#endif


namespace WTF {

#if OS(WINDOWS)

// Number of 100 nanosecond between January 1, 1601 and January 1, 1970.
static const ULONGLONG epochBias = 116444736000000000ULL;
static const double hundredsOfNanosecondsPerMillisecond = 10000;

static double lowResUTCTime()
{
    FILETIME fileTime;

#if OS(WINCE)
    GetCurrentFT(&fileTime);
#else
    GetSystemTimeAsFileTime(&fileTime);
#endif

    // As per Windows documentation for FILETIME, copy the resulting FILETIME structure to a
    // ULARGE_INTEGER structure using memcpy (using memcpy instead of direct assignment can
    // prevent alignment faults on 64-bit Windows).

    ULARGE_INTEGER dateTime;
    memcpy(&dateTime, &fileTime, sizeof(dateTime));

    // Windows file times are in 100s of nanoseconds.
    return (dateTime.QuadPart - epochBias) / hundredsOfNanosecondsPerMillisecond;
}

#if USE(QUERY_PERFORMANCE_COUNTER)

static LARGE_INTEGER qpcFrequency;
static bool syncedTime;

static double highResUpTime()
{
    // We use QPC, but only after sanity checking its result, due to bugs:
    // http://support.microsoft.com/kb/274323
    // http://support.microsoft.com/kb/895980
    // http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms644904.aspx ("...you can get different results on different processors due to bugs in the basic input/output system (BIOS) or the hardware abstraction layer (HAL)."

    static LARGE_INTEGER qpcLast;
    static DWORD tickCountLast;
    static bool inited;

    LARGE_INTEGER qpc;
    QueryPerformanceCounter(&qpc);
    DWORD tickCount = GetTickCount();

    if (inited) {
        __int64 qpcElapsed = ((qpc.QuadPart - qpcLast.QuadPart) * 1000) / qpcFrequency.QuadPart;
        __int64 tickCountElapsed;
        if (tickCount >= tickCountLast)
            tickCountElapsed = (tickCount - tickCountLast);
        else {
#if COMPILER(MINGW)
            __int64 tickCountLarge = tickCount + 0x100000000ULL;
#else
            __int64 tickCountLarge = tickCount + 0x100000000I64;
#endif
            tickCountElapsed = tickCountLarge - tickCountLast;
        }

        // force a re-sync if QueryPerformanceCounter differs from GetTickCount by more than 500ms.
        // (500ms value is from http://support.microsoft.com/kb/274323)
        __int64 diff = tickCountElapsed - qpcElapsed;
        if (diff > 500 || diff < -500)
            syncedTime = false;
    } else
        inited = true;

    qpcLast = qpc;
    tickCountLast = tickCount;

    return (1000.0 * qpc.QuadPart) / static_cast<double>(qpcFrequency.QuadPart);
}

static bool qpcAvailable()
{
    static bool available;
    static bool checked;

    if (checked)
        return available;

    available = QueryPerformanceFrequency(&qpcFrequency);
    checked = true;
    return available;
}

double currentTime()
{
    // Use a combination of ftime and QueryPerformanceCounter.
    // ftime returns the information we want, but doesn't have sufficient resolution.
    // QueryPerformanceCounter has high resolution, but is only usable to measure time intervals.
    // To combine them, we call ftime and QueryPerformanceCounter initially. Later calls will use QueryPerformanceCounter
    // by itself, adding the delta to the saved ftime.  We periodically re-sync to correct for drift.
    static double syncLowResUTCTime;
    static double syncHighResUpTime;
    static double lastUTCTime;

    double lowResTime = lowResUTCTime();

    if (!qpcAvailable())
        return lowResTime / 1000.0;

    double highResTime = highResUpTime();

    if (!syncedTime) {
        timeBeginPeriod(1); // increase time resolution around low-res time getter
        syncLowResUTCTime = lowResTime = lowResUTCTime();
        timeEndPeriod(1); // restore time resolution
        syncHighResUpTime = highResTime;
        syncedTime = true;
    }

    double highResElapsed = highResTime - syncHighResUpTime;
    double utc = syncLowResUTCTime + highResElapsed;

    // force a clock re-sync if we've drifted
    double lowResElapsed = lowResTime - syncLowResUTCTime;
    const double maximumAllowedDriftMsec = 15.625 * 2.0; // 2x the typical low-res accuracy
    if (fabs(highResElapsed - lowResElapsed) > maximumAllowedDriftMsec)
        syncedTime = false;

    // make sure time doesn't run backwards (only correct if difference is < 2 seconds, since DST or clock changes could occur)
    const double backwardTimeLimit = 2000.0;
    if (utc < lastUTCTime && (lastUTCTime - utc) < backwardTimeLimit)
        return lastUTCTime / 1000.0;
    lastUTCTime = utc;
    return utc / 1000.0;
}

#else

double currentTime()
{
    static bool init = false;
    static double lastTime;
    static DWORD lastTickCount;
    if (!init) {
        lastTime = lowResUTCTime();
        lastTickCount = GetTickCount();
        init = true;
        return lastTime;
    }

    DWORD tickCountNow = GetTickCount();
    DWORD elapsed = tickCountNow - lastTickCount;
    double timeNow = lastTime + (double)elapsed / 1000.;
    if (elapsed >= 0x7FFFFFFF) {
        lastTime = timeNow;
        lastTickCount = tickCountNow;
    }
    return timeNow;
}

#endif // USE(QUERY_PERFORMANCE_COUNTER)

#elif USE(GLIB) && !PLATFORM(EFL)

// Note: GTK on Windows will pick up the PLATFORM(WIN) implementation above which provides
// better accuracy compared with Windows implementation of g_get_current_time:
// (http://www.google.com/codesearch/p?hl=en#HHnNRjks1t0/glib-2.5.2/glib/gmain.c&q=g_get_current_time).
// Non-Windows GTK builds could use gettimeofday() directly but for the sake of consistency lets use GTK function.
double currentTime()
{
    GTimeVal now;
    g_get_current_time(&now);
    return static_cast<double>(now.tv_sec) + static_cast<double>(now.tv_usec / 1000000.0);
}

#elif PLATFORM(EFL)

double currentTime()
{
    return ecore_time_unix_get();
}

#elif OS(QNX)

double currentTime()
{
    struct timespec time;
    if (clock_gettime(CLOCK_REALTIME, &time))
        CRASH();
    return time.tv_sec + time.tv_nsec / 1.0e9;
}

#elif PLATFORM(JAVA) && 0
// Attention! That can be called from non-Java thread. And very often, 
// so back to native implementation.
//
// Return the current system time in seconds, using the classic POSIX epoch of January 1, 1970.
// Like time(0) from <time.h>, except with a wider range of values and higher precision.
double currentTime()
{
    JNIEnv *env = WebCore_GetJavaEnv();

    static JGClass systemCls(env->FindClass("java/lang/System"));
    static jmethodID currentTimeMillisMID = env->GetStaticMethodID(
        systemCls, 
        "currentTimeMillis", 
        "()J");
    ASSERT(currentTimeMillisMID);

    jlong jvm_time = env->CallStaticLongMethod(systemCls, currentTimeMillisMID);
    CheckAndClearException(env);

    return jvm_time / 1000.0;
}

#else

double currentTime()
{
    struct timeval now;
    gettimeofday(&now, 0);
    return now.tv_sec + now.tv_usec / 1000000.0;
}

#endif

#if PLATFORM(MAC)

double monotonicallyIncreasingTime()
{
    // Based on listing #2 from Apple QA 1398.
    static mach_timebase_info_data_t timebaseInfo;
    if (!timebaseInfo.denom) {
        kern_return_t kr = mach_timebase_info(&timebaseInfo);
        ASSERT_UNUSED(kr, kr == KERN_SUCCESS);
    }
    return (mach_absolute_time() * timebaseInfo.numer) / (1.0e9 * timebaseInfo.denom);
}

#elif PLATFORM(EFL)

double monotonicallyIncreasingTime()
{
    return ecore_time_get();
}

#elif USE(GLIB) && !PLATFORM(EFL) && !PLATFORM(QT)

double monotonicallyIncreasingTime()
{
    return static_cast<double>(g_get_monotonic_time() / 1000000.0);
}

#elif PLATFORM(QT)

double monotonicallyIncreasingTime()
{
    ASSERT(QElapsedTimer::isMonotonic());
    static QElapsedTimer timer;
    return timer.nsecsElapsed() / 1.0e9;
}

#elif OS(QNX)

double monotonicallyIncreasingTime()
{
    struct timespec time;
    if (clock_gettime(CLOCK_MONOTONIC, &time))
        CRASH();
    return time.tv_sec + time.tv_nsec / 1.0e9;
}

#else

double monotonicallyIncreasingTime()
{
    static double lastTime = 0;
    double currentTimeNow = currentTime();
    if (currentTimeNow < lastTime)
        return lastTime;
    lastTime = currentTimeNow;
    return currentTimeNow;
}

#endif

double currentCPUTime()
{
#if OS(DARWIN)
    mach_msg_type_number_t infoCount = THREAD_BASIC_INFO_COUNT;
    thread_basic_info_data_t info;

    // Get thread information
    mach_port_t threadPort = mach_thread_self();
    thread_info(threadPort, THREAD_BASIC_INFO, reinterpret_cast<thread_info_t>(&info), &infoCount);
    mach_port_deallocate(mach_task_self(), threadPort);
    
    double time = info.user_time.seconds + info.user_time.microseconds / 1000000.;
    time += info.system_time.seconds + info.system_time.microseconds / 1000000.;
    
    return time;
#elif OS(WINDOWS)
    union {
        FILETIME fileTime;
        unsigned long long fileTimeAsLong;
    } userTime, kernelTime;
    
    // GetThreadTimes won't accept null arguments so we pass these even though
    // they're not used.
    FILETIME creationTime, exitTime;
    
    GetThreadTimes(GetCurrentThread(), &creationTime, &exitTime, &kernelTime.fileTime, &userTime.fileTime);
    
    return userTime.fileTimeAsLong / 10000000. + kernelTime.fileTimeAsLong / 10000000.;
#elif OS(QNX)
    struct timespec time;
    if (clock_gettime(CLOCK_THREAD_CPUTIME_ID, &time))
        CRASH();
    return time.tv_sec + time.tv_nsec / 1.0e9;
#else
    // FIXME: We should return the time the current thread has spent executing.

    // use a relative time from first call in order to avoid an overflow
    static double firstTime = currentTime();
    return currentTime() - firstTime;
#endif
}

double currentCPUTimeMS()
{
    return currentCPUTime() * 1000;
}

} // namespace WTF