Different behavior of same code in Linux and Windows

Eike Rathke erack at redhat.com
Thu Jun 30 14:22:20 UTC 2016


Hi Noel,

On Thursday, 2016-06-30 08:51:35 +0200, Noel Grandin wrote:

> Under Windows, the Fraction class uses 32-bit calculations (because long is
> 32-bit on Windows), while on Linux it uses 64-bit values (because long is
> 64-bit  on 64-bit Linux)‚Äč

Just that Laurent's problem wasn't about the Fraction class ;-)  Anyhow,
32- vs 64-bit I think points into the right direction.

  Eike

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