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Re: [TSVN] x64 port going stable?

From: Stefan KŁng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-09-17 09:14:12 CEST

Christoph Schulz wrote:
> Hi,
> I wanted to ask, why the x64 port is not being merged into HEAD? From
> what I have looked at, the changes are mostly trivial (except VC71 ->
> VC8). Since I got an amd64 I'm interessted in having a "stable" x64
> Port. While I was reading the FAQ I just tought "man, that may take a
> while until there is something stable". Am I right or is there already
> some development for merging the patches x64 into HEAD?

Whatever code changes were needed in TSVN to make it build on x64 have
been applied already. The problem isn't TSVN but the libraries we use
(Subversion, apr, BDB, ...). Some of those libraries currently can't be
built on x64 without patching them first.

To make the x64 port 'stable', there's still some work to do:
- adjust installer to create the x64 registry keys
- test installer
- patch the external libs where needed (automate the patching)
- have someone actively maintain/test the x64 port (I can't do this
myself due to lack of proper x64 computer)

Once that's done, we can call the x64 port 'stable'. Until then, we
can't really call it stable.


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