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comment How far to go with typedef'ing primitive types like int
@Mark: The important thing about typedefs like int32_t is that you have to make sure they are correct when compiling on different platforms. If you expect the range of Identity to change at some point, I think I would prefer to make the changes directly in all affected code. But I am not sure, because I would need to know more about your specific design. You might want to make that a separate question.
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comment How far to go with typedef'ing primitive types like int
@Mark: Yes, that is how you should do it. Use typedefs to express the size of the used data-types, but do not differentiate the same type used in different contexts.
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