Build #7,709

Build: #7709 was successful Changes by Sam Brannen

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Spring Framework
a532afb15d298f2114d6072f0d29138c89bda04f a532afb15d298f2114d6072f0d29138c89bda04f
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a532afb15d298f2114d6072f0d29138c89bda04f a532afb15d298f2114d6072f0d29138c89bda04f
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Spring Framework
Author Commit Message Commit date
Sam Brannen Sam Brannen a532afb15d298f2114d6072f0d29138c89bda04f a532afb15d298f2114d6072f0d29138c89bda04f Use System.nanoTime() in StopWatch
Prior to this commit, StopWatch used System.currentTimeMillis() to
track and report running time in milliseconds.

This commit updates the internals of StopWatch to use System.nanoTime()
instead of System.currentTimeMillis(). Consequently, running time is
now tracked and reported in nanoseconds; however, users still have the
option to retrieve running time in milliseconds or seconds.

Closes gh-23235
Plan Repository
Author Commit Message Commit date
Sam Brannen Sam Brannen a532afb15d298f2114d6072f0d29138c89bda04f a532afb15d298f2114d6072f0d29138c89bda04f Use System.nanoTime() in StopWatch
Prior to this commit, StopWatch used System.currentTimeMillis() to
track and report running time in milliseconds.

This commit updates the internals of StopWatch to use System.nanoTime()
instead of System.currentTimeMillis(). Consequently, running time is
now tracked and reported in nanoseconds; however, users still have the
option to retrieve running time in milliseconds or seconds.

Closes gh-23235