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Author christian.heimes
Recipients christian.heimes, gvanrossum, nascheme, noam, tim.peters
Date 2007-12-11.02:51:07
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I've written a small C program for auto config that checks the
endianness of IEEE doubles. Neil has promised to add something to when I come up with a small C program. It *should* do the
right thing on a BE platform but I can't test it.

Tim, does Python run on a non IEEE 754 platform? Should the new repr()
be ripped out? I hate to break Python for scientists just to silence
some ignorants and unexperienced newbies.
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