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Author zyasoft
Recipients drtimcouper, zyasoft
Date 2010-02-22.23:27:06
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According to the docs, os.times should return a 5-tuple of floating point numbers indicating accumulated (processor or other) times, in seconds. The items are: user time, system time, children’s user time, children’s system time, and elapsed real time since a fixed point in the past, in that order.

Windows does not support the last three elements. We can't get the children's time readily in Java, at least without going to JNI, so for the time being we follow the Window's subset where the elements are zero.
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