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Author pitrou
Recipients Arfrever, eric.araujo, jkloth, pitrou, sferencik, tarek
Date 2013-09-12.15:18:52
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> To discover a 32-bit interpreter running on a 64-bit system, we could
> use
> platform.architecture(), which returns
>     >>> platform.architecture()
>     ('32bit', 'ELF')

Just use (sys.maxsize < 2**32).

> What then, though? How do you turn '32bit' to 'linux-i386'?

I don't know. How does distutils normally do? :-)
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