From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-12-24 09:42:10
Igor Mikushkin wrote:
> 2007/12/24, Jeff Garland <jeff_at_[hidden]>:
>> Igor Mikushkin wrote:
>>> As I understand the integer.hpp does not support
>>> types over 32 bits at present.
>> Not true -- where'd you get that idea?
>>From integer.hpp file :)
> I have boost 1.33.1, but if you go to
> boost site -> documentation -> integer -> integer.hpp
> you will see.
Ok, this looks like it could be improved.
>>> I suppose it is not too hard to implement other
>>> needed integer types (like _int64, _int128 on Microsoft and Intel compilers)
>>> using types from boost/cstdint.hpp file.
>> You can use the following:
>> I use these and date-time and they are well defined everywhere.
> Yes, it is well defined, but my program is very templated
> and I rely on syntax like int_t <some_number> :: type;
What I meant is that these are defined on all platforms. So will these not
work for you?
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