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Date 2015-02-20.10:42:26
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Yes, I noticed this when reimplementing the random module in Numba.
*Theoretically*, I think you need "long" to ensure ints are at least 32 bits. But in practice, I think CPython already needs 32-bit C ints.

(note Numpy also uses C longs internally)

> Would it be possible to benchmark this change, to ensure that it doesn't kill performances?

There is no way it can kill performance.
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