From: Cory Nelson (phrosty_at_[hidden])
Date: 2005-11-28 10:34:33
those all work for me in x64 with 1.33. I believe I had a compile
error with regex in 1.32.
On 11/28/05, Norian N <noriann_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Hi John, thank you for the responce.
> I've found no info or how-to about Win x64 version of the Boost on
> www.boost.org, so I'll appreciate for any data concerned.
> All we need is just to implement 3 Boost 1.32 libs (libboost_date_time,
> libboost_regex, libboost_filesystem) for x64 application. Is it enough just
> to rebuild ones with x64 compiler (MS 8, Intel 9) from sources?
> What code version is good for it?
> Sorry I have no time for regular reggression testing, but could find
> remote access to x64 host if somebody would be interested in it.
> On 11/26/05, John Maddock <john_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> > > There are some Windows applications using some of Boost libraries
> > > and have to be ported to x64 (em64t, amd64) platform. Does anybody
> > > have
> > > information on followed topics:
> > >
> > > - is the x64 porting in nearest plans (MS VC 8 or Intel 9 compilers)
> > > ?
> > > - who from Boost team is interested in the x64 on Windows porting ?
> > > - can I participate in x64 porting ?
> > What porting is actually needed? There are certainly people using Boost
> > on
> > Win64 already.
> > If you have the resources to help the most important thing you could would
> > be to run the regression tests regularly on Win64 (either IA64 or AMD64)
> > and
> > report the results (sign up to the Boost-testing mailing list to help and
> > instructions for this). Many of us have the 64-bit compilers, but not the
> > platforms to run the executables on: so once the tests are run you should
> > get help in sorting out any problems.
> > Regards, John.
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