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// Copyright 2020 The Pigweed Authors
// Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not
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#pragma once
// Ideally we'd use std::chrono::steady_clock::period, however this is not
// something we can expose to the C API. Instead we assume it has nanosecond
// compatibility and we rely on implicit conversion to tell us at compile time
// whether this is incompatible.
#ifdef __cplusplus
#include "pw_chrono/epoch.h"
namespace pw::chrono::backend {
// The std::chrono::steady_clock does not have a defined epoch.
constexpr inline Epoch kSystemClockEpoch = pw::chrono::Epoch::kUnknown;
// The std::chrono::steady_clock can be used by signal handlers.
constexpr inline bool kSystemClockNmiSafe = true;
// The std::chrono::steady_clock ticks while in a signal handler.
constexpr inline bool kSystemClockFreeRunning = true;
} // namespace pw::chrono::backend
#endif // __cplusplus