Clock

This is a C time library wrapper for getting system time to support Dates.Mod. The procedures are read only as setting time is non-standard on many Unix-like systems1. The two procedures follow the A2 style procedure signatures adjusted for Oberon-7.

Source code for Clock.Mod

MODULE Clock;

PROCEDURE GetRtcTime*(VAR second, minute, hour, day, month, year : INTEGER);
BEGIN
END GetRtcTime;

PROCEDURE Get*(VAR time, date : INTEGER);
BEGIN
END Get;

END Clock.

The C Source generated by OBNC then modified for this module.

/*GENERATED BY OBNC 0.16.1*/

#include ".obnc/Clock.h"
#include <obnc/OBNC.h>
#include <time.h>

#define OBERON_SOURCE_FILENAME "Clock.Mod"

void Clock__GetRtcTime_(OBNC_INTEGER *second_, OBNC_INTEGER *minute_, OBNC_INTEGER *hour_, OBNC_INTEGER *day_, OBNC_INTEGER *month_, OBNC_INTEGER *year_)
{
    time_t now;
    struct tm *time_info;
    now = time(NULL);
    time_info = localtime(&now);
    *second_ = time_info->tm_sec;
    *minute_ = time_info->tm_min;
    *hour_ = time_info->tm_hour;
    *day_ = time_info->tm_mday;
    *month_ = time_info->tm_mon;
    *year_ = (time_info->tm_year) + 1900;
}


void Clock__Get_(OBNC_INTEGER *time_, OBNC_INTEGER *date_)
{
    OBNC_INTEGER second_, minute_, hour_, day_, month_, year_;

    Clock__GetRtcTime_(&second_, &minute_, &hour_, &day_, &month_, &year_);
    (*time_) = ((hour_ * 4096) + (minute_ * 64)) + second_;
    (*date_) = ((year_ * 512) + (month_ * 32)) + day_;
}


void Clock__Init(void)
{
}

  1. Eric Raymond discusses time functions, http://www.catb.org/esr/time-programming/↩︎