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[Subclipse-users] Re: x64 JavaHL binaries

From: D.J. Heap <djheap_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2007-11-05 15:58:18 CET

On 11/5/07, Andreas Schöneck <andreas.schoeneck@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello!
> Has anyone compiled a full set of x64 binaries? I recently tried to
> compile but I failed (some strange errors while compiling openssl). I
> don't even know whether i get 32-Bit or 64-Bit executables when using
> the automated build scripts, though the SDK's command promts tells me
> that target is Vista Debug x64.
> The problem is that I need x64 binaries to get the JavaHL interface of
> Subclipse to work because I use an x64 Version of Eclipse.
> It seems that nobody is interested in supporting 64-Bit, nevertheless
> there are 64-Bit OSes as well as even a 64-Bit Eclipse!
> What I did was to use some binaries from an OpenSLL x64 installer as
> well as the files that ship with TortoiseSVN. But the error message in
> Eclipse remains the same, regardless of what files are placed inside
> Eclipse base directory.
> Since I read some posts regarding x64 compiling I think some people
> compiled binaries successfully.
> So I would need either all the required binaries for Windows (I use an
> Intel CPU) or perhaps VS2005 solution/project files (or even better: a
> complete archive/project which I can unpack and start compiling in VS) -
> I mean, if anyone has done this before and wants to share his/her
> project/artifacts.

Trunk has some support for x64 when using VS2005. I can't remember
for sure if I tried building JavaHL, but I don't know why it wouldn't

Note that you have to using the -t vcproj and --vsnet-version=2005
arguments to gen-make.py to get the VS2005 solution and projects
files. Then make sure you choose the x64 platform targets. You'll
also have to make sure to build the dependencies for x64 as well,
which is trickier, as I recall -- I had to google around a bit to get
the info to do that for each of them.


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