On luned́ 24 settembre 2007, Jeff Dike wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 20, 2007 at 05:57:49PM +0200, Paolo Giarrusso wrote:
> > Yes, indeed - or sign extension on 64bit machines would set to 1 the
> > whole high-word.
> >
> > But using long for that mask makes no difference; either int or long
> > long (or better, either u32 or u64) should be used, given that the
> > used signal range is the same on 32 and 64bit machines, it should
> > be u32 for normal signals or u64 if RT-signals are also allowed.

>
> We don't use RT signals for anything, so we could use u32.

I wasn't sure of that.
> I don't
> see it making much difference though.

Agreed - the only difference is for cleanliness and easy verification.
--
"Doh!" (cit.), I've made another mistake!
Paolo Giarrusso, aka Blaisorblade

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