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Stefano Rivera
Skip test that crashes the interpreter on sparc
Stefano Rivera
wchar_t is 4 byte, signed on arm64
Armin Rigo
Maybe a better error message
Armin Rigo
Raise a NotImplementedError in one messy corner case
Armin Rigo
Fix
Armin Rigo
An extra test
Armin Rigo
Fix test
Armin Rigo
Issue 131: support ffi.cdef("...", packed=True)
Armin Rigo
Issue 134: add #ifdef _AIX
Armin Rigo
Add trove classifiers
Armin Rigo
Issue 123: force __thread off on OS/X, for now.
Armin Rigo
merge heads
Armin Rigo
Kill is_{signed,unsigned}_type()
Armin Rigo
Merged in vbernat/cffi/fix/sinl (pull request #23) Link math tests using `sin()` to `libm`
Vincent Bernat
Link math tests using `sin()` to `libm` While this linking seems to be done indirectly on most platforms, it fails to work correctly on Sparc and S390x where an inappropriate version of `sin()` is used. This should additional occurrences of bug #68. Tests are passing on amd64, sparc and s390x Debian Linux platforms. Both Python 2.x and Python 3.x.
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fix/sinl
Armin Rigo
Put back the big warning in italic.
Armin Rigo
Simplify a bit this paragraph.
Armin Rigo
In-progress
Armin Rigo
Reword this paragraph
Armin Rigo
An extra pair of lines in the documentation
Armin Rigo
Kill the __unicode__ method and let it behave as it does normally even if it's one more (obscure) difference between Py2 and 3.
Armin Rigo
Document more this change
Armin Rigo
Fix for issue #129: 'bytes(buffer)' needs to work on Python 2, because it works on Python 3 and cannot be prevented to.
Armin Rigo
Include <alloca.h> on Solaris. Uses the same hack as CPython's ctypes. Fixes issue #128.
Armin Rigo
An extra test
Armin Rigo
Document some limitations of ffi.gc(), particularly on PyPy.
Eli Bendersky
Fix link to pycparser pointing to its new home
Armin Rigo
No real clue, trying to improve the display on readthedocs.org
Armin Rigo
Update to version 0.8.1
Armin Rigo
Include win64.obj in the source archive
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