Struct base::timer::FakeTimer

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pub struct FakeTimer {
    clock: Arc<Mutex<FakeClock>>,
    deadline_ns: Option<u64>,
    interval: Option<Duration>,
    event: Event,
}
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FakeTimer: For use in tests.

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§clock: Arc<Mutex<FakeClock>>§deadline_ns: Option<u64>§interval: Option<Duration>§event: Event

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impl FakeTimer

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pub fn new(clock: Arc<Mutex<FakeClock>>) -> Self

Creates a new fake Timer. The timer is initally disarmed and must be armed by calling reset.

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fn reset(&mut self, dur: Duration) -> Result<()>

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fn wait_for(&mut self, timeout: Option<Duration>) -> Result<WaitResult>

Waits until the timer expires or an optional wait timeout expires, whichever happens first.

Returns
  • WaitResult::Expired if the timer expired.
  • WaitResult::Timeout if timeout was not None and the timer did not expire within the specified timeout period.

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impl AsRawDescriptor for FakeTimer

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fn as_raw_descriptor(&self) -> RawDescriptor

Returns the underlying raw descriptor. Read more
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impl IntoRawDescriptor for FakeTimer

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impl TimerTrait for FakeTimer

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fn reset_oneshot(&mut self, dur: Duration) -> Result<()>

Sets the timer to expire after dur without repeating. Cancels any existing timer.
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fn reset_repeating(&mut self, dur: Duration) -> Result<()>

Sets the timer to fire repeatedly at dur intervals. Cancels any existing timer.
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fn wait(&mut self) -> Result<()>

Waits until the timer expires.
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fn mark_waited(&mut self) -> Result<bool>

After a timer is triggered from an EventContext, mark the timer as having been waited for. If a timer is not marked waited, it will immediately trigger the event context again. This does not need to be called after calling Timer::wait. Read more
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fn clear(&mut self) -> Result<()>

Disarms the timer.
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fn resolution(&self) -> Result<Duration>

Returns the resolution of timers on the host.

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