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  1. I think it is time to revisit this topic. We will shortly upgrade SWIG to 3.0.2. The main motivation for that upgrade is C++11 support, and we ought to able to take advantage of it.

  2. The standard described on this page endorses the use of "long long".  In cases where the actual bit width of a variable is an issue, do we prefer the use of the <cstdint> types?  E.g., the use of "int64_t" in preference to "long long"?

      1. Unfortunately, cstdint is not supported by RHEL6 as discovered by Serge in

        Alternatives seem to be stdint.h or boost/cstdint.hpp.