bug report: [ #447945 ] time.time() is not non-decreasing 
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 bug report: [ #447945 ] time.time() is not non-decreasing

>In order to get the race conditions out of Mojo Nation, I'm writing a
>`non_decreasing_time()', which does what we thought `time()' would do. In fact,
>I might just make it `increasing_time()'.  In any case, the `time.time()' in
>the standard library should either be fixed to be non-decreasing (my
>preference), or the documentation should be updated to warn about the

P.S. Maybe you've just invented quantum time-machine! Congrats!

Sincerely yours, Roman Suzi

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Wed, 21 Jan 2004 23:44:13 GMT  
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