On Wed, 3 Oct 2001, Paul Jackson wrote:
> On Wed, 3 Oct 2001, Alex Larsson wrote:
> > Unfortunately, that would delay reported changes up to one second. That is
> > a user-visible amount of delay.
> ... continuing to brainstorm ... how about both then,
> meaning to notify on first event, and continue to notify
> once per second until an entire second elapses with no
> further events.
This would mean always duplicating events. Once for the initial event and
once at the end of the second.
> ... or perhaps the compression down to one event per
> second is too much compression - try one-tenth of a
> second or such instead ...
Huh? How would you do that? You are still unable to detect any changes in
the last nine tenths of the second.
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