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On Jul 22, 2008, at 12:32 PM, Roland Dreier wrote:
>> So I think using byteorder.h is not a good idea (note the warning).
>> How about just having two #defines, picking the Right one based on
> On Linux, the public <byteswap.h> header might have what you need.
> For that matter <infiniband/arch.h> has htonll() defined.
The problematic line is:
#define IB_CM_ASSIGN_SERVICE_ID __cpu_to_be64(0x0200000000000000ULL)
There's no reason this has to be byte-swapped at compile time, right?
Using htonll or OMPI's hton64() should be sufficient, right?