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Are you migrating your application from big endian to little endian? You should read this!

By Archive User posted Thu January 29, 2015 03:16 PM

  

Originally posted by: llindsay


When migrating your application from big endian to little endian on the IBM POWER8 platform, there are a number of differences that need to be considered.  This can range from vectors, storage association between items of different sizes, long doubles, complex numbers, and serialization.  The IBM XL C/C++ for little endian Linux on Power Systems contains new options and built-in functions to help with your migration.  Here's a link to an article that will help you understand what to look out for and provide suggestions on code changes when porting your application.

http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/library/l-ibm-xl-c-cpp-compiler/index.html

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