this.address.is.fake at realh.co.uk
Tue Mar 14 02:13:56 CET 2006
I'm writing a python program which reads input device events so it needs
to know sizeof(struct timeval). By using the struct module I should be
able to work out sizeof(long) from python, but I can't think of a way to
measure non-fundamental types without including a little bit of C,
which I'd rather avoid.
How safe would I be assuming that
sizeof(struct timeval) == 2 * sizeof(long)
is always true on Linux on different architectures? AFAIK the input
device interface is Linux-specific so I don't need to worry about other
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