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SubjectRe: Linux/IA-64 byte order
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On Mon, 08 Mar 1999, Richard Gooch wrote:
>Yes, it is, although I don't get to choose the binary format of
>data. And memory mapping is so much better than plain reading.
>
>Anyway, nevermind.

Well, I, for one, would like to know if the IA64 chips will have an endianness
select in their instruction set! That sounded like a *great* idea, since the
hardware to do it is trivial, but it saves a lot of pain and suffering on the
programming side of things.

Taral

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