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bug#31118: 27.0.50; Can't load/compile websocket in 32bit master

From: Stefan Monnier
Subject: bug#31118: 27.0.50; Can't load/compile websocket in 32bit master
Date: Mon, 09 Apr 2018 23:03:13 -0400

Package: Emacs
Version: 27.0.50

The websocket package available from GNU ELPA can't be used in a 32bit
build of master any more because of the #xffffffff constant in its code:

    (defun websocket-to-bytes (val nbytes)
      "Encode the integer VAL in NBYTES of data.
    NBYTES much be a power of 2, up to 8.
    This supports encoding values up to 536870911 bytes (2^29 - 1),
    approximately 537M long."
      (when (and (< nbytes 8)
                 (> val (expt 2 (* 8 nbytes))))
        ;; not a user-facing error, this must be caused from an error in
        ;; this library
        (error "websocket-to-bytes: Value %d could not be expressed in %d bytes"
               val nbytes))
      (if (= nbytes 8)
            (let ((hi-32bits (lsh val -32))
                  ;; Test for systems that don't have > 32 bits, and
                  ;; for those systems just return the value.
                  (low-32bits (if (= 0 (expt 2 32))
                                (logand #xffffffff val))))
              (when (or (> hi-32bits 0) (> (lsh low-32bits -29) 0))
                (signal 'websocket-frame-too-large val))
              (bindat-pack `((:val vec 2 u32))
                           `((:val . [,hi-32bits ,low-32bits])))))
         `((:val ,(cond ((= nbytes 1) 'u8)
                        ((= nbytes 2) 'u16)
                        ((= nbytes 4) 'u32)
                        ;; Library error, not system error
                        (t (error "websocket-to-bytes: Unknown NBYTES: %S" 
         `((:val . ,val)))))

The code used to compile&run correctly before both on 32bit and 64bit
systems (but admittedly, it failed to run correctly on 64bit systems
after having been compiled on a 32bit system).


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