--- Comment #4 from Nathan Larson <> ---
(In reply to comment #3)
> Note that PHP's 'int' type is dependent on the underlying architecture's
> C-language 'int' type.
> This means that 'int's and intval() are 32-bit on 32-bit architectures, but
> are
> 64-bit on most 64-bit architectures. (Windows may be an exception to this as
> Windows is weird. If you're using a Windows server, you may wish to consider
> a
> nice Linux virtual machine.)

Good point. I'm running 32-bit Ubuntu Linux; it looks like I'll need to install
the 64-bit flavor. That seems like a better solution than making such extensive
changes to the core, which might introduce some undesired effects.

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