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Thu, 16 Nov 2006 13:35:25 -0600
the following is a difference in behavior in 32bit VS 64bit, in all versions of
the feature extractor.
the line reading: fprintf(out_file, "%d %d GABOR_HST SCALE, ORIENTATION, ENERGY
UPPER BOUND = %d, %d, %f\n", feature_index, GABOR_HST, scale, orientation, j);
is printing the result of a failed cast. j is type int, being printed as a
float. this results in 0 on 32bit machines, and 10000 on 64bit machines.
i'm assuming the 64bit behavior is correct, and correcting the 32bit version
accordingly in my patch sets.
please verify the sanity of my assumption.
i'm up to 30 patches in my queue, i'm going over each of them line-by-line on
64bit and 32bit before submitting.
the patches fix building in a build directory, 64 bit issues, two off-by-one
pointer errors, and speeds up both the 64bit and 32bit versions.
so, prepare for a large patch set soon. to get prepared, may i reccomend
reading and commenting on my earlier (20+ patches) set?
Julia Longtin <address@hidden>
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