Re: endianness (was: Observability of NaN distinctions — is this a concern?)
rossberg at google.com
Wed Apr 3 02:40:43 PDT 2013
On 28 March 2013 21:42, Mark S. Miller <erights at google.com> wrote:
> "prohibitively" depends on your tolerance. Modern machines can usually do
> register-to-register byte order reversal rather speedily. Which big endian
> machines do you have in mind?
For WebGL, which expects native endianness on its end, you'll have to
convert whole arrays, not just single values. AFAICS, that would be
costly enough to basically make WebGL useless on these platforms.
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