On Wed, 2007-08-29 at 22:41 +0200, Florian G. Pflug wrote:
> Or are platforms with INT64_IS_BUSTED no longer supported,
> and are all those #ifdefs only legacy code?
Personally I think we should head in that direction: if we enable
integer datetimes by default in 8.4 (per earlier discussion), such
machines will be more broken still. We could fallback to using FP
datetimes on INT64_IS_BUSTED machines, but IMHO it is just fundamentally
unwise to have the behavior of a builtin data type dependent on this
sort of thing.
> Please enlighten a poor linux+gcc user who can't remember
> ever using a compiler without a "long long" datatype after
> leaving TurboC under DOS.
I'm not aware of any platform we might conceivably care about that
doesn't have a 64-bit integral type. To verify this, Peter E. suggested
that we emit a build-time warning if compiling on such a platform for
8.3, which I think would be worth doing.
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