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    SubjectRe: [PATCH 13/20] inflate: (arch) kill silly zlib typedefs
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    Willy Tarreau <willy@w.ods.org> writes:
    > I don't know if x86_64 is LP64 or LLP64 on Linux, but at least my alpha
    > and sparc64 are LP64, so is another PPC64 I use for code validation.
    > LPC64 is the recommended model for easier 32 to 64 portability (where
    > ints are 32 ; long, longlong, ptrs are 64).

    Are there _any_ (widespread) platforms except Windows that use LLP64?

    LP64 seems to be by far the most common in the unix world.

    -miles
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