[Python-Dev] is this obselete?: [Patch #100888] Fix UCNs mach
ine with >= 32bit longs
Tue, 25 Jul 2000 16:03:00 -0700
Well, I can't check it in, so assigning it back to me would be fairly
pointless. Someone should also chime in on the Tools/perfecthash stuff as
well. If we want to keep it, I'll see if I can come up with an example
using Python's tokens since the data set is way smaller. :)
From: 'Trent Mick' [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, July 25, 2000 3:55 PM
To: Bill Tutt
Cc: Jeremy Hylton; M . -A . Lemburg; Mark Favas; Fredrik Lundh;
Subject: Re: [Python-Dev] is this obselete?: [Patch #100888] Fix UCNs
mach ine with >= 32bit longs
On Tue, Jul 25, 2000 at 12:08:57PM -0700, Bill Tutt wrote:
> Well, Fredrik's changes aren't checked in yet, so checking it all in
> The other relevant question is since Fredrik's code will eventually get
> do we want to yank the code that generates it?
> (Tools/perfecthash) If we keep it, then that part of the patch should go
> If we don't keep it, that's fine too.
> You'd need to test it on Linux64. Win64's integer types are 32bits, and
> C code doesn't use long longs.
> The easiest way of testing it of course is to apply the ucnhash.c patch to
> your tree and run test_ucn.py. :)
Okay. I tried it and with the patch test_ucn.py passes fine. I am going to
add a comment to the patch on SourceForge and then assigned it back to....
hmmmm... eenie meenie minie... Bill! Is that alright?