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Author mark.dickinson
Recipients Devin Jeanpierre, mark.dickinson, skrah, vstinner
Date 2013-05-06.12:27:12
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> According to what you wrote above, uint32_t can always be used on any
> platform.

The issue is in *detecting* whether uint32_t exists or not.  In cases (1) and (3), that can be done in the preprocessor with an "#ifdef uint32_t".  In case (2), it can't: the check fails, because uint32_t isn't a preprocessor define---it's a typedef.  *That's* why we need the HAVE_UINT32_T check.
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