On Fri, 23 Jun 2000 19:05:14 +0200, Stefan Esser wrote:
> 1) I choose "quad_t" for long integers. Is this a good choice ?
> In the kernel I'd use int64_t, but I'm not sure what is most
> appropriate here.
I'd use the new C standard's int64_t, since you're specifically looking
for 64-bit width integers.
> 2) There is a new dependency on <sys/types.h> in test.c (for any
> of our 64 bit integer types).
These exact-width integer types should really be defined in <inttype.h>,
> 3) The changes to "expr" rely on 32 bit integers being promoted
> to 64 bit integers in function calls (actually only invocations
> of make_integer().)
IT's probably worth chatting the the NetBSD folks about this, since
that's where we got our version of test(1).
> What does Posix say about these programs ?
As long as your operands are integers, POSIX.2 is happy.
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