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use crate::time::{Instant, SystemTime, SystemTimeError, Duration};

pub trait InstantEx {
    fn now() -> Instant;
    fn elapsed(&self) -> Duration;
}

impl InstantEx for Instant {
    /// Returns an instant corresponding to "now".
    ///
    fn now() -> Instant {
        Instant::_now()
    }

    /// Returns the amount of time elapsed since this instant was created.
    ///
    /// # Panics
    ///
    /// This function may panic if the current time is earlier than this
    /// instant, which is something that can happen if an `Instant` is
    /// produced synthetically.
    ///
    fn elapsed(&self) -> Duration {
        Instant::_now() - *self
    }
}

pub trait SystemTimeEx {
    fn now() -> SystemTime;
    fn elapsed(&self) -> Result<Duration, SystemTimeError>;
}

impl SystemTimeEx for SystemTime {
    /// Returns the system time corresponding to "now".
    ///
    fn now() -> SystemTime {
        SystemTime::_now()
    }

    /// Returns the amount of time elapsed since this system time was created.
    ///
    /// This function may fail as the underlying system clock is susceptible to
    /// drift and updates (e.g. the system clock could go backwards), so this
    /// function may not always succeed. If successful, [`Ok`]`(`[`Duration`]`)` is
    /// returned where the duration represents the amount of time elapsed from
    /// this time measurement to the current time.
    ///
    /// Returns an [`Err`] if `self` is later than the current system time, and
    /// the error contains how far from the current system time `self` is.
    ///
    fn elapsed(&self) -> Result<Duration, SystemTimeError> {
        SystemTime::_now().duration_since(*self)
    }
}