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Author pitrou
Recipients amaury.forgeotdarc, benjamin.peterson, georg.brandl, lemburg, pitrou, schuppenies
Date 2008-06-13.19:56:46
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Hmm, so it seems that in some UCS4 builds, sizeof(Py_UNICODE) could end
up being more than 4 if the native int type is itself larger than 32
bits; although the latter is probably quite rare (64-bit platforms are
usually either LP64 or LLP64).

However, Py_UNICODE.patch is wrong in that it uses Py_UNICODE_SIZE
rather than sizeof(Py_UNICODE). Py_UNICODE_SIZE itself is always either
2 or 4.
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2008-06-13 19:56:48pitrousetspambayes_score: 0.396874 -> 0.396874
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2008-06-13 19:56:47pitrousetspambayes_score: 0.396874 -> 0.396874
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