[Speex-dev] stream encoded in big-endian machine and then decoded in little-endian machine

Jean-Marc Valin jmvalin at jmvalin.ca
Tue Jan 18 22:17:24 PST 2011

It's a stream of binary data, no endianness issue. At least not withing 
Speex itself.

On 11-01-19 12:50 AM, Allen Guan wrote:
> Hi, all,
> I have a question about encoding/decoding in big/little endian
> machines. I have a client running in an old PowerBook G4 with
> big-endian CPU, the audio stream is encoded then transmitted to a Mac
> Mini with little-endian CPU, and decoded in this Mac Mini. I am
> wondering the decoded stream is in big-endian or little-endian? What
> kind of necessary steps I need to process when I build the speex
> library for this purpose?
> Any comments are welcome, thanks in advance.
> -Allen
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