Thanks, I will try this.

 

Dale Smith, Ph.D.

Senior Financial Quantitative Analyst

Financial & Risk Management Solutions

Fiserv

Office: 678-375-5315

www.fiserv.com

 

From: Luigi Ballabio [mailto:luigi.ballabio@gmail.com]
Sent: Friday, March 07, 2014 12:29 PM
To: Smith, Dale (Norcross)
Cc: QuantLib users
Subject: Re: [Quantlib-users] Passing specific architecture information to configure

 

Hi Dale,
    if MinGW is anything like Linux, I'd try

./configure CXXFLAGS="-m64"

Luigi

On Mar 7, 2014 6:11 PM, "Smith, Dale (Norcross)" <Dale.Smith@fiserv.com> wrote:

Hello,

 

I’ve read the quantlib.org installation guide and done some web searches on this topic. I’ve also looked at configure help and read the QuantLib configure script as well. How do I explicitly get a 64 bit build using configure and MinGW? I tried

 

set CXXFLAGS="-m64"

set ARCH="x86_64"

 

followed by running configure in the msys shell, but objdump tells me the resulting QuantLib static library is i386. Does anyone else have any ideas how I can pass –m64 to g++?

 

Thanks,

Dale Smith, Ph.D.

Senior Financial Quantitative Analyst

Financial & Risk Management Solutions

Fiserv

Office: 678-375-5315

www.fiserv.com

 


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