Difference between revisions of "Talk:Porting to x86-64 (AMD64, EM64T)"

From Apache OpenOffice Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
 
(2 intermediate revisions by one other user not shown)
Line 10: Line 10:
  
 
Is there a daily build avalable? If yes, please tell me where, if no, maybe we can build such a process. I think the testing community would grow up, if a binary package is available - or known [[User:Mr. Parity|Mr. Parity]]
 
Is there a daily build avalable? If yes, please tell me where, if no, maybe we can build such a process. I think the testing community would grow up, if a binary package is available - or known [[User:Mr. Parity|Mr. Parity]]
 +
 +
 +
 +
 +
== 64bit libraries ==
 +
 +
Is it possible to make the program usable with the 64bit versions of the various libraries before the port is complete? no real need for native 64bit support, I just prefer to avoid the need for two sets of libraries. (it makes my system so messy)
 +
 +
 +
== 64 Bit Java ==
 +
 +
also the version from sun coming with the distri (here: Debian) works

Latest revision as of 13:35, 6 June 2008

The other task is to get it work with a JVM - for example with Sun Java 1.5.0 for x86-64, or any other.

I'm usually building with gcj 4.0.x. And almost never have problems (as in: sometimes registration mysteriously fails during install).

And since morejava, Java 1.5 should generally work, shouldn't it?

And (yes, another and), I think Pavel is currently trying to build with Blackdown 1.4.x

-- Martin

Is there a daily build avalable? If yes, please tell me where, if no, maybe we can build such a process. I think the testing community would grow up, if a binary package is available - or known Mr. Parity



64bit libraries

Is it possible to make the program usable with the 64bit versions of the various libraries before the port is complete? no real need for native 64bit support, I just prefer to avoid the need for two sets of libraries. (it makes my system so messy)


64 Bit Java

also the version from sun coming with the distri (here: Debian) works

Personal tools