JPL designed and built the project's Curiosity rover.Malin Space Science Systems, San Diego, built and operates the rover's Mastcam.
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The component images were taken by Mastcam's left-eye camera during early afternoon, local solar time, of the 528th Martian day, or sol, of Curiosity's work on Mars (Jan. The center of the view is about 10 degrees south of straight west.
The left edge is about 20 degrees west of straight south. The largest of the dark rocks on the sand in the right half of the scene are about 2 feet (about 60 centimeters) across.
Here is a new patch removing the check from pyport.h, longobject.h already fails if SIZEOF_PID_T value is not supported: #else #error "sizeof(pid_t) is neither sizeof(int), sizeof(long) or sizeof(long long)" #endif /* SIZEOF_PID_T */ pid_t is HANDLE on Windows, which is a pointer. The signature of getpid() is int _getpid(void); so pid_t should be equivalent to int.
The complication is that the return values of spawn*() etc are process handles (cast to intptr_t), not pids: intptr_t _spawnv(int mode, const char *cmdname, const char *const *argv); See complication is that the return values of spawn*() etc are process handles (cast to intptr_t), not pids: I opened this issue because of a compiler warning in os.waitpid().I see that PC/pyconfig.h defines "typedef int pid_t;".Because intptr_t is bigger than int, using intptr_t is compatible with pid_t, at least for Py Long_From Pid().SIZEOF_PID_T is not defined in PC/pyconfig.h and so longobject.h takes the default implementation (use C long type): /* Issue #1983: pid_t can be longer than a C long on some systems */ #if !defined(SIZEOF_PID_T)