Here you state that "All data types are little-endian, with the exception of short". But in dinnerbones blog he says "Shorts are little-endian, whereas everything else is big-endian.". The UT3 definition talks very little about endianess but saying that a 4 byte integer is big endian which sort of supports the dinnerbone blog.
This is somewhat confusing.... What is it and please provide a link to the information..
- My mistake - fixed. Barneygale 14:44, 20 November 2011 (MST)