[XviD-devel] Endian Problem found

Christoph Nägeli chn at kbw.ch
Tue Dec 23 15:48:02 CET 2003

On Dec 23, 2003, at 13:33, Edouard Gomez wrote:

> Christoph Nägeli (chn at kbw.ch) wrote:
>> With this code, the test runcs successfully. Has anyone an idea how to
>> change it that it works if the  'len' isn't a multiple of 2?  And what
>> if the mem is really a  uint8_t* or uint32_t* (the code above wouldn't
>> work for that)?
> I think the  easiest solution is simply to have a  big endian and 
> little
> endian reference values. Otherwise we'll  have to swap data according 
> to
> its type (using hton like functions)  as some tests do use uint8_t 
> data,
> others int16_t and so on, sometimes it's even a mix of both (uint8_t 
> for
> ref1/2 and int16_t for current)
> As the  Makefile uses  the configure values,  you can define  Big 
> endian
> crc32 references enclosing them with:
> ...
> #else
> ...
> #endif

I'm not sure what exactly you mean.
Do you mean the crc32tab?

This change only affects xvid_bench.c, right?


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