A fixed-width 32- and 64- bit integer library for Dart.
- Update minimum SDK constraint to version 2.1.1.
Int64parsing to throw
FormatExceptionon an empty string or single minus sign. Previous incorrect behaviour was to throw a
RangeErroror silently return zero.
- Set SDK version constraint to
- Bug fix: Make bit shifts work at bitwidth boundaries. Previously,
new Int64(3) << 64 == Int64(3). This ensures that the result is 0 in such cases.
- Updated maximum SDK constraint from 2.0.0-dev.infinity to 2.0.0.
new Int64(-1000000000000000000)used to produce the same value as
- Fix strong mode warning in overridden
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- Dart: 2.7.0
- pana: 0.13.4
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