Compare osal/linux/Timer and timemanager/Countdown #473
I just saw #462 and wondered where the difference to (an slightly updated version of) the
Countdown is in using an OS specific function to implement it. As far as I can tell, using an OS timer does not bring any advantage as its ability to throw an event is not used.
By extending, if that helps also renaming,
Countdown I think the same functionality can be achieved by relating the work to the already implemented
Developer meeting consens:
- Delete osal/linux/timer
- check Feature completeness of Countdown
- Name "Countdown" shall be used
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Deleting a branch is permanent. Although the deleted branch may continue to exist for a short time before it actually gets removed, it CANNOT be undone in most cases. Continue?