Class Hierarchy

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This inheritance list is sorted roughly, but not completely, alphabetically:
[detail level 12]
 Cros::DurationBase< T >Base class for Duration implementations. Provides storage, common functions and operator overloads. This should not need to be used directly
 Cros::DurationBase< Duration >
 Cros::DurationDuration representation for use with the Time class
 Cros::DurationBase< WallDuration >
 Cros::WallDurationDuration representation for use with the WallTime class
 Cros::Exception [external]
 Cros::NoHighPerformanceTimersExceptionThrown if windoze high perf. timestamping is unavailable
 Cros::TimeNotInitializedExceptionThrown if the ros subsystem hasn't been initialised before use
 Cros::RateClass to help run loops at a desired frequency
 Cros::TimeBase< T, D >Base class for Time implementations. Provides storage, common functions and operator overloads. This should not need to be used directly
 Cros::TimeBase< SteadyTime, WallDuration >
 Cros::SteadyTimeTime representation. Always steady-clock time
 Cros::TimeBase< Time, Duration >
 Cros::TimeTime representation. May either represent wall clock time or ROS clock time
 Cros::TimeBase< WallTime, WallDuration >
 Cros::WallTimeTime representation. Always wall-clock time
 Cros::WallRateClass to help run loops at a desired frequency. This version always uses wall-clock time


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Author(s): Josh Faust
autogenerated on Thu Dec 21 2017 03:22:01