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Re: [csmith-dev] int8_t usage
On 08/09/11 21:07, jxyang wrote:
> I can't think of anything would go wrong if you hack stdint.h to make a
> 8-bit type effectively 16-bit. That's probably your best bet. Tell us if
> anything gets broken that way: it's likely Csmith's fault.
Yes, I did that and it works, however it goes against the standard since
an int8_t should have _exactly_ 8bits so in theory we can't define a
int8_t. That's why I suggested, if CSmith doesn't rely on the type being
exactly 8bits, to use int_least8_t.
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