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#150 x64 version.

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nobody
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2013-10-06
2007-01-09
Anonymous
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Could you please provide an x64 version of the program for Windows 64bit.

Thanks.

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    I don't have an access to x64 Windows, so this will have to wait...

     
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    I may be able to try and build an x64 version of console but I can't download the sources. I was unable to download the list of modules from CVS. CVSView doesn't work either ... could you please tell me the name of the module i need to check out ?
    In the mean time i'll work with the sources zip file available for download - i need to convert the project to VS2005 though.

    Thanks.

     
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    I may be able to try and build an x64 version of console but I can't download the sources. I was unable to download the list of modules from CVS. CVSView doesn't work either ... could you please tell me the name of the module i need to check out ?
    In the mean time i'll work with the sources zip file available for download - i need to convert the project to VS2005 though.

    Thanks.

     
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    You can read VS2005 instructions here:
    http://jachymko.afraid.org/HowToBuildConsole.htm

    Currently, I don't use CVS/SVN on SF. I use SourceSafe locally (I know, I know :)

    When I have code that's ready for a new beta build, I release it immediatelly together with source code.

     
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    I've managed to compile an x64 version of console-2b193 with FreeImage-3.10 using VS2008.

    Compile an x64 version of FreeImage-3.10 and replace h/lib/dll files. Then I converted all project files to VS2008 and added configurations for x64. I removed the CREATEPROCESS_MANIFEST_RESOURCE_ID stuff from Console.rc and Console.exe.manifest from the project and replaced both with a command-line switch for an auto-generated manifest:

    /MANIFESTDEPENDENCY:"type='Win32' name='Microsoft.Windows.Common-Controls' version='6.0.0.0' processorArchitecture='*' publicKeyToken='6595b64144ccf1df' language='*'"

    so the correct version of comctl32 is linked.