I would like to ask what's the worst known case of Poco::Timestamp precision and what platforms can it affect.
Also, it would be really nice if this this (important!) aspect was documented, instead of just saying "with (theoretical) microseconds resolution".
So far, I found that Timestamp::update is based on GetSystemTimeAsFileTime on Win32 systems, which should have:
- 15.625ms or 10ms precision on Windows XP, Windows 2000 and NT depending on hardware
- 1ms precision on Windows 7 and probably Windows Vista and Windows 8
Any observations? This might be (really!) important when someone tries to measure some execution time.