We all know that the big-endian CPU architecture is slowly dying,
some people even state that "Big-Endian is effectively dead".

So my question is: Does sagemath still support big-endian CPU
architectures like e.g. 32-bit Sparc?

I am asking because there is a ticket
(https://trac.sagemath.org/ticket/24966) to integrate my primecount
library into sagemath and primecount currently only supports
little-endian CPUs. I could support big-endian CPUs but I want to
make sure this is required by sagemath.


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