Depends on which platform Linux is running on. If it runs on Intel its one
way (I forget which is which -- I'm lysdexic) and if it runs on a PPC its
the other way. In other words, Linux does not abstract out the endianess of
the host machine.


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Subject: Linux big endian?


> In porting to the Mac, I noticed that Isaac's BMP code converts the
> endianness as it is reading the BMP file. Does this mean the Linux is
> Big Endian? Or am I just reading this incorrectly.
>
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