[ntp:questions] Re: Clock type 30 invalid?

Richard B. Gilbert rgilbert88 at comcast.net
Thu Jan 22 04:25:15 UTC 2004


Harlan,

Where does it say that the the PPSAPI is required?

Looking at the code,  I see a lot of  #ifdef HAVE_PPSAPI statements.  
Don't these mean that IF you have PPSAPI you do A otherwise you do B?

I also don't see where timepps.h is required.  It's that #ifdef again; 
if you have it, do A, else do B.


Harlan Stenn wrote:

>>My C compiler is gcc v3.2.2.  I don't know if it has the "inline" keyword.
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>It does - the "Inline" check will be in your config.log output.
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>>grep timepec /usr/include/*.h
>>finds numerous refrences to "struct timespec" but no definition that I 
>>can see.
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>Good, you have this one.
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>>I don't find any instance of timepps.h.
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>Then you won't be getting the ONCORE driver built on that OS.
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>I'm not sure if this is a bug or a feature.
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>I know the ONCORE refclock can *use* the PPSAPI, I'm not sure it should
>*require* the PPSAPI.
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>PHK or Reg or somebody else will have to answer that.
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>H
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