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Ville



Joined: 17 Jun 2003
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Ville
Fasm 1.60 compiles a 64 bit example application in M64.

http://www.co.jyu.fi/~villemt/64/m64ao.PNG

Other M32 applications running: http://www.co.jyu.fi/~villemt/64/
Post 02 May 2005, 05:24
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Wildwest



Joined: 13 Sep 2004
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Cool! BTW, I have a plan about making interview with you somethere in the end of May - 5th anniversary of Menuet 0.01 is comming Smile
Post 02 May 2005, 16:12
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Endre



Joined: 29 Dec 2003
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Endre
http://www.co.jyu.fi/~villemt/64/m64ao.PNG

I've found a rather serious (say almost critical) bug at first glance: did Tomasz' copyright end in 2003 Wink ?
Post 02 May 2005, 19:21
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SPTH



Joined: 24 Jul 2004
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SPTH
Ville: I just want to say, that I'm really impressed of you effort of time in MenuetOS. It is really cool!

that's all Smile
greets, ...
Post 05 May 2005, 12:04
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Madis731



Joined: 25 Sep 2003
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I almost sent PM to Ville but I thought that other want this info too so I ask it here:

Hi Ville,
What about 32bit releases? There was talk about rewriting it but now it seems like we are moving on instead. Are you going to focus on 64 in the near future or coming back to 32?
I just can't make any big plans if I don't know what will happen. Is the compatibility going to brake?
Madis
Post 06 May 2005, 11:48
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Ville



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Ville
Hi Madis Smile I'm going to concentrate on the 64 bit sys for now. But for 32 bit, keeping compatibility doesn't mean that new functions couldn't be created.

Cheers
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