Author mark.dickinson
Recipients Devin Jeanpierre, mark.dickinson, skrah, vstinner
Date 2013-05-01.20:00:11
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> I don't understand why "#ifdef HAVE_UINT32_T" is tested, since configure ensures that uint32_t is always defined.

Take a look at the explanations in the autoconf file and in pyport.h.  No, configure does *not* always ensure that uint32_t is defined:  it does that only if the platform *doesn't* provide uint32_t, but does provide a 32-bit exact-width unsigned integer type (two's complement, no padding bits, etc. etc.).  Which is why we need to make a second check for the case that the platform *does* define uint32_t directly.
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