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Re: [PATCH] [JAVA] don't use UINT32 and UINT64 in interpret.cc


Paolo Bonzini <paolo.bonzini@polimi.it> writes:

>>
>>
>>I think you need to add appropriate masking because unsigned int is not
>>required to be exactly 32 bits, and as I understand POPI() returns a
>>signed value.
>>  
> In theory yes, but is this true in any platform that supports libjava?

Why being non-portable if you can avoid that easily?

Andreas.

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