Serhiy Storchaka added the comment: I don't think there is a bug. There are several ways to get the integer representation of the pointer. PyLong_FromVoidPtr() is the most straightforward. From Python side id() uses it. printf("%p") is a way of getting string representation of the pointer, that string can be converted to integer. This way is used in object.__repr__(). Usually %p formats the pointer as hexadecimal, but the sign is not defined. Therefore when the pointer is converted to the integer it can be interpreted as either signed or unsigned integer. PyLong_AsVoidPtr() should accept both representations.
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