> Ahh crud.  I see the problem now.  The fiid_obj_get logic loops based on
> the number of bytes covered by a field.  In this case, the 64bit field
> covers 9 bytes (5 bits in the first byte, then 7 full bytes, then 3 bits
> in the last byte).  The last iteration causes the bit-shifting issue.
>

Yes.  You are right.


> I'll have to think about this more.  It may have to involve doing
> changes to the bit-ops code as well.
>
> We'll ignore this issue in the head branch.  I'll just deal with it in
> the fiid interface re-implementation branch.
>

ok fine.


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