Sorry about this. I'm kind of surprised about myself ...
I started my computer career with mainframes, that is, German Telefunken
machines since 1977 and, since 1982, IBM. So big endian should be natural to me.
But it seems as if things have changed somehow. Well, I also started with Intel
development in 1980, ca. (CP/M operating system).
The thing is: when we develop new versions of the insurance math package, it is
first done on Windows, then tested on Linux-64, then compiled and tested on z
Arch. This may be the reason for me changing my point of view, at least
Sorry again, kind regards
Am 03.01.2012 13:55, schrieb P.G.:
> On Jan 3, 2012, at 05:38, Bernd Oppolzer wrote:
>> we have the endian-issues with z Arch, so we were accustomed to this;
> That's funny; I have endian issues with Intel.
> -- G.