Hallvard B Furuseth wrote:
Also overflow gives wrong ordering:
value 0x100000000: index 0480000000
value 0x80000000: index 0580800000
I'm too tired to figure out what the code does at overflow now, and
maybe I misunderstood the discussion earlier, but it should give the
right _ordering_ for overflow even if it can't make a very exact index.
Right. All fixed.
> To get the correct ordering, use normal (fully sign-extended) two's
> complement but with the sign bit inversed. (Same as value + max
> positive value + 1)
The sign bit was already being handled, but I was zero-extending instead of
Actually, looking at lutil_str2bin() one's complement would be
It might have been, but the current 2's complement is BER-compatible.
And maybe it needs to turn '-0' into '0'? I think
that's invalid LDAP
Integer syntax so it doesn't matter in that context, but still.
Right, invalid; integerValidate will reject it so it'll never get here.
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