Hi all,

Theoretically, it should be possible to use cygwin to generate 64-bit binaries. Let me know if you decide to move forward in this direction, I might be able to help.

Best,
Alejandro.-

2012/2/27 Henry Gomersall <heng@cantab.net>
On Mon, 2012-02-27 at 09:05 -0500, Mike C. Fletcher wrote:
> Likely need to recompile all of the glut, gle, accelerate etc DLLs if
> that's the case.  I'll see if I can get some time to do that today.
> Don't know if I have all of the compilation tools set up properly for
> the 64-bit Windows, so that might be a bit of a challenge (hopefully
> mingw64 exists and will work with 2.6).  Python 2.7 *should* IIRC
> work
> with the currently-available free compiler, so *that* should be
> straightforward.

This:
https://github.com/hgomersall/GLE-for-PyOpenGL-for-Windows

might be useful for the gle bit.

cheers,

Henry


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