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(* mTimer.ml - Simple timer module                                     *)
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open StdLabels
open MoreLabels

type t = { mutable start_time : float;
           mutable stop_time : float;
           mutable running : bool;
         }

let create () = { start_time = 0.0;
                  stop_time = 0.0;
                  running = false;
                }

let reset timer =
  timer.start_time <- 0.0;
  timer.stop_time <- 0.0;
  timer.running <- false

let start timer =
  ( timer.start_time <- Unix.gettimeofday ();
    timer.running <- true )

let stop timer =
  if not timer.running then failwith "Timer stopped when not running."
  else ( timer.stop_time <- Unix.gettimeofday ();
         timer.running <- false )

let read timer =
  if timer.running
  then failwith "Timer read at wrong time"
  else timer.stop_time -. timer.start_time

let read_ms timer = 1000.0 *. (read timer)
let read_us timer = (1000.0 *. 1000.0) *. (read timer)