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Re: Win32 compile problems with "long long" datatype in Perl/Python/Ruby bindings

From: Branko ─îibej <brane_at_xbc.nu>
Date: 2005-08-09 16:25:17 CEST

David James wrote:

>Visual C++ does not support the 'long long' datatype,
(Actually, MSVC 6 doesn't, VS.NET does. But we're stuch with MSVC 6 for
release builds for the time being.)

>so we need to
>replace this datatype with portable constructs. As of r15644 on the
>python-bindings-improvements branch, the Python/SWIG bindings no
>longer output C files which use the "long long" datatype. Instead, we
>use "PY_LONG_LONG", which should work on both Unix and Windows.
I saw this, and while I've not had time to test yet, I heartily approve
of the change.
Thanks for figuring this out!

>The Perl and Ruby bindings also have the same problem, but this has
>not been fixed yet.
Can we make similar changes for these bindings?

-- Brane

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