[Python-checkins] Re: [Python-Dev] Re:
python/dist/src/Objectsunicodeobject.c, 2.204, 2.205
mwh at python.net
Fri Dec 19 07:10:11 EST 2003
Hye-Shik Chang <perky at i18n.org> writes:
> On Fri, Dec 19, 2003 at 11:03:41AM +0100, Fredrik Lundh wrote:
>> Hye-Shik Chang wrote:
>> > AFAIK, *(unsigned char*)s is always smaller than 256.
>> except when it isn't. see the ANSI C spec for details.
> Ah. I found. I'm very surprised for that. Thank you! :-)
> BTW, do we really support architectures with 9bits-sized char?
On some kinds of Cray that Python has been built on in the past, I
think the smallest addressable unit of memory is 64 bits. So, not
quite 96, but getting on that way. I don't think we want to make the
lives of people porting to such architectures any harder than it
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