Bignums from garbage-collect, memory-use-counts
Do not limit the results of garbage-collect and memory-use-counts to fixnums, as they might be bignums now on 32-bit hosts. * src/lisp.h (byte_ct): New type. * src/alloc.c (object_ct): New type. (consing_since_gc, gc_relative_threshold) (memory_full_cons_threshold, total_string_bytes): Now byte_ct, not EMACS_INT. (total_conses, total_symbols, total_buffers, total_free_conses) (total_free_symbols, total_free_floats, total_floats) (total_free_intervals, total_intervals, total_strings) (total_free_strings, total_vectors, total_vector_slots) (total_free_vector_slots): Now object_ct, not EMACS_INT. (bounded_number): Remove. All uses removed. (object_bytes): New function. (total_bytes_of_live_objects, garbage_collect_1): Use byte_ct, not size_t, to count total GC bytes where multiple objects are involved. (garbage_collect_1, Fmemory_use_counts): Do not limit returned counts to fixnums. (sweep_conses, sweep_floats, sweep_intervals, sweep_symbols): Use object_ct, not EMACS_INT, to count GC objects.
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