Author mark.dickinson
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Date 2016-06-21.17:10:47
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> That doesn't sound right. It should be available always.

To elaborate: assuming not Windows, the configure script has two checks: if AC_CHECK_TYPE(int32_t, ...) succeeds (which should happen whenever int32_t is defined in either stdint.h or inttypes.h), it #defines HAVE_INT32_T. If AC_TYPE_INT32_T succeeds (which should happen whenever int32_t is *not* defined in either stdint.h or inttypes.h), it #defines int32_t to be a suitable type. Then the pyport check makes sure than in both circumstances, PY_INT32_T is #defined.

I don't believe there are any platforms out there that we care about for Python for which both checks fail.
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