INN-CURRENT-20020322 bugs on BSD/OS 4.3

Jeffrey M. Vinocur jeff at
Fri Mar 22 20:20:35 UTC 2002

On Fri, 22 Mar 2002, Russ Allbery wrote:

> Antonio Querubin <tony at> writes:
> > I guess some compilers don't know what uint8_t is?  Would declaring
> > bits8 as 'unsigned short int' be more universally acceptable?
> I think you mean unsigned char; unsigned short int is generally uint16_t
> and occasionally uint32_t.  (Unless you don't actually need *exactly*
> eight bits, in which case just use unsigned char, since char is guaranteed
> to be at least eight bits.)

*looks*  Yeah, unsigned char should be fine...we initialize the high bits
to zero...ok, sounds good.

Jeffrey M. Vinocur
jeff at

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