Author vstinner
Recipients Devin Jeanpierre, mark.dickinson, skrah, vstinner
Date 2013-05-01.19:35:48
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> I *think* that since the issue #10052 fix, the current autoconf
> machinery is now fairly good at finding those types across platforms,
> but I wouldn't want to make any bets.

The issue #10052 was not that the int32_t was not present, but an #ifdef issue: "This error occurs when HAVE_UINT32_T or HAVE_INT32_T are not defined".

I don't understand why "#ifdef HAVE_UINT32_T" is tested, since configure ensures that uint32_t is always defined. (If it is not, it is defined in pyconfig.h using a #define.)
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