Endian safety of NSArchiver/NSUnarchiver

  • Dear list,
    I am writing a program that will crunch primarily
    numeric data (double values). Internally, data are
    represented as plain C array of doubles. To archive, I
    am using NSArchiver's -encodeArrayOfObjCType:count:at:
    method, of which documentation says that it internally
    calls -encodeValueOfObjCType:at: for each element of
    the array. Am I right to assume that data (doubles)
    archived this way are saved in endian-safe way? I have
    no way to test, since we don't have intel macs yet in
    the lab...

    Thanks in advance,
    Gorazd

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