I am using the following lib and dll for my project :
AAFD.lib, AAF.lib, AAFIIDD.lib, AAFIID.lib
AAFCOAPI.dll, AAFINTP.dll, AAFPGAPI.dll
These libs and dlls work fine in 32 bit Windows.
1) Can I use the same libs and dlls for development and runtime in 64 bits windows? Is there a different set of libs and dlls specifically use to support 64 bits Windows.
2) Is there a different sets of header files that I need to use for 64 bits windows? Eg. AAF.h.
I have the same question. Is it possible to use AAF in a 64bit environment without any issues?
Hi, we will be doing a Win64 build some time in November
any news for Win64 build ?
apologies, this got postponed by workload. I will try to plan it in Feb, maybe in time for the final 1.1.4 rebuild
do you know any release date ?
I am concerning about release date as well. Hope it's coming soon.
Neither Win64 nor OSX 64 are official platforms for 1.1.4. Be that as it may, there is obvious need and desire for them, so I shall set up build environments starting next week.
For Win64 I intend to use VS9 only. Is this an issue for anyone?
As for OSX, I shall be setting up a fresh environment - so I imagine it will be most recent 10.6.x. Are there any gotchas?
VS9 only would be fine for me. However I am using visual stdio 2010 currently. Is any possible to build on VS2010 as well?
Any progress for building win64 bit SDK version? When will it be released?
What's the exact release date? So anxious for its coming.
I was able to build the 1.1.4-RC1 version with VS2010 (32 bit). I had to change 1 line of the C++ code to fix a compile error, was a very simple change.
For Windows, we will continue to build in 32bit for the foreseeable future, but I am also eagerly waiting for a version of the SDK that can be built in 64bit on Mac (OS X 10.6). Would be greatly appreciated!!!
is there any news for win64 bit SDK?
As winfriedd pointed out, it's easy to compile the library with VS2010. I also succeeded compiling most of the library in 64bit. The only missing piece to do a full win64 compilation is a 64bit version of ssrw_c.lib.
@terabrit: I was wondering if you could be so kind and provide us with a 64bit version of ssrw_c.lib. This would make a 64bit compilation even with the existing SourceCode possible.
Thanks in advance.
Hi, I've not forgotten, but I have other flames coming from my to-do list until after IBC, sorry
May I know whether the Win64 SDK could be released in this year?
@terabrit: Excuse me ! May I know whether the Win64 SDK could be released in this year?
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