Using the stopStopWatch( watchId ) does not stop the stop watch

Bug #1639722 reported by Stephen Lyons on 2016-11-07
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Stephen Lyons

Bug Description

This has been an issue for a long time e.g. as mentioned in - in fact the existing code does not behave as the Wiki describes it {I recently added a warning about this}.

The stopStopWatch(...) code is actually the same as the getStopWatch(...) code in the Host class and this breakage comes about because a QTime is used to record the "time" the stopwatch is "started" and it cannot be "stopped" - indeed there does not seem to be an existing Qt element that can be used "as a physical stopwatch as a user might understand it".

I have assigned a "medium" importance to this as it ought to be fixed at some stage and it is broken as per the API described in the Wiki.

Vadim Peretokin (vperetokin) wrote :

Migrating issues to Github, please follow the new discussion here:

This issue needs to be closed and there is no appropriate status, so will set it to "Opinion" just for migration purposes.

Changed in mudlet:
status: New → Opinion
Stephen Lyons (slysven) on 2019-04-22
Changed in mudlet:
assignee: nobody → Stephen Lyons (slysven)
status: Opinion → In Progress
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