On Mon, 27 Sep 2010 10:57:46 -1000
Joel Roth wrote:
> On Mon, Sep 27, 2010 at 10:30:12PM +0200, Fritz Meissner wrote:
64 bit x86 architecture DOESN'T use 64 bit integers. For those of you that undestand the following code, try to compile a program that has int x = new int; That will warn you about asigning 64bit pointer to a 32bit integer (if it doesn't warn you about asigning pointer to non-pointer variable). Another thing, I use 64bit Gentoo, and do my share of audio production (recording demos of my band, nothing fancy). I haven't found any 32bit app that I miss so far (now that flash is working again). Can you tell us which 32bit programs you need?
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