Subject: Re: Marshalling of floats
To: Xavier.Leroy@inria.fr (Xavier Leroy)
Date: Wed, 5 Aug 1998 04:13:49 -0400 (EDT)
From: "Christopher Oliver" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
In-Reply-To: <email@example.com> from "Xavier Leroy" at Aug 5, 98 10:00:18 am
> Floats are written in "native" endianness (the natural endianness of
> the machine writing the file), but along with a flag telling which
> endianness is used.
Ouch! That will teach me to read only one piece of code. My common
work usually has me dealing with standardized network representations,
so I missed this strategy completely. [Chris sticks head in bucket.]
> > Harder, does anyone have any good ideas besides conversion to
> The next release of OCaml will use the same format for float arrays in
> native-code and in bytecode, thus solving this problem.
Both compact I hope. Any idea on when this might happen?
-- Christopher Oliver Traverse Internet Systems Coordinator 223 Grandview Pkwy, Suite 108 firstname.lastname@example.org Traverse City, Michigan, 49684 let magic f = fun x -> x and more_magic n f = fun x -> f ((n f) x);;
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