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RE: [libssh2] 32bit variables!

From: Mononen Jussi <Jussi.Mononen_at_comptel.com>
Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2006 11:41:28 +0200

>> Of course libssh2 should build and run fine on 64bit systems

Hi all,

libssh2 compiles and runs on every 64-bit platform I have used. These
platforms include AIX, HP-UX.11.11, HP-UX Itanium, Solaris, Linux
(intel), OSF1 and Tru64.

So the code is clean enough what it comes to 32/64-bit issue.

br,

/jUSSi

-- 
perl -e '$@=[[0,0112,0,0],[0,0101,0,0],
[0,0120,0,0],[0,0110,0,0]];$[=256/8-0x1D;
print(chr(@{$_}[+($[+1-1+1)]))for(@{$@});'
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Received on 2006-11-13

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