The reason for no issue on iOS 32 bit or watchOS is because the value is
calculated via NSUInteger which does not overflow at the sign bits like Int.
TBH I think the right way to solve this constant is to just emit the raw value
directly instead of attempting to emulate c with bitwise or.
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> On Sep 18, 2016, at 2:27 PM, Michael Gottesman <mgottes...@apple.com> wrote:
>> On Sep 16, 2016, at 4:37 PM, Eric Wing via swift-dev <email@example.com>
>> I'm trying to build Swift 3 for Raspberry Pi 2/armv7.
>> I'm currently hitting a compile error at:
>> Foundation/NSXMLNode.swift:86:351: error: integer literal '4293918720'
>> overflows when stored into 'Int'.
>> public static let nodePreserveAll = Options(rawValue:
>> Options([.nodePreserveNamespaceOrder, .nodePreserveAttributeOrder,
>> .nodePreserveEntities, .nodePreservePrefixes, .nodePreserveCDATA,
>> .nodePreserveEmptyElements, .nodePreserveQuotes,
>> .nodePreserveWhitespace, .nodePreserveDTD,
>> .nodePreserveCharacterReferences]).rawValue | UInt(bitPattern:
>> I'm assuming this is probably related to the fact that the Pi2 (armv7)
>> is 32-bit, though I'm surprised this isn't already seen on iOS 32-bit.
>> What is the appropriate fix?
> +CC Tony/Phillipe.
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