Changes between Version 27 and Version 28 of BMLA


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Timestamp:
02/21/14 13:00:54 (6 years ago)
Author:
welberge
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  • BMLA

    v27 v28  
    201201The BMLA posixStartTime and posixEndTime are used to indicate the (predicted) POSIX timestamps of a bml block. Example: 
    202202{{{ 
    203 <predictionFeedback xmlns="http://www.bml-initiative.org/bml/bml-1.0"> 
    204    <bml id="bml1" globalStart="3.270249043" globalEnd="7.270249043" xmlns:bmla="http://www.asap-project.org/bmla" bmla:posixStartTime="1392983704584" bmla:posixEndTime="1392983708584" xmlns="http://www.bml-initiative.org/bml/bml-1.0"/> 
     203<predictionFeedback xmlns="http://www.bml-initiative.org/bml/bml-1.0"  xmlns:bmla="http://www.asap-project.org/bmla"> 
     204   <bml id="bml1" globalStart="3.270249043" globalEnd="7.270249043" bmla:posixStartTime="1392983704584" bmla:posixEndTime="1392983708584"/> 
    205205</predictionFeedback> 
    206206}}}