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Smalltalk/X 64 bit and Microsoft C compiler

Hi, At the moment Smalltalk/X on Windows is based on the ancient 32 bit Borland C compiler. When St/X for Windows will be 64 bits in the future, will it be based on the free Microsoft Visual C++ express edition? Can you give me any idea when 64 bits versions of St/X will be coming? Thanks, P. Provoo...
by provoostp
19. Jan 2010, 10:39
 
Forum: Wishlist
Topic: Smalltalk/X 64 bit and Microsoft C compiler
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Re: Smalltalk/X on OpenSolaris and 64 bit

Great! Thanks!
by provoostp
1. Dec 2009, 09:11
 
Forum: Wishlist
Topic: Smalltalk/X on OpenSolaris and 64 bit
Replies: 4
Views: 7978

multicore Smalltalk

Hi All, are there any plans to make St/X truly multicore? At the moment only one OS thread is active at any time. This is in agreement with the documentation. It would of course be nice if compute intensive tasks could be allocated to all the CPU cores simultaneously, so that a 100% CPU load could b...
by provoostp
10. Mar 2009, 14:10
 
Forum: Wishlist
Topic: multicore Smalltalk
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Re: Smalltalk/X on OpenSolaris and 64 bit

Hi Claus, Thank you for your answers, good to know that a 64 bit version in on its way! I am only a hobbyist using OpenSolaris because it has the ZFS filesystem and out of curiousity. So I am in no desperate need of Smalltalk/X on OpenSolaris. But it would be nice, and probably others might find it ...
by provoostp
15. Jan 2009, 14:28
 
Forum: Wishlist
Topic: Smalltalk/X on OpenSolaris and 64 bit
Replies: 4
Views: 7978

Smalltalk/X on OpenSolaris and 64 bit

Hi,

is there any chance that Smalltalk/X is available for OpenSolaris Intel/AMD x86 (not sparc)?

are there plans to release a Intel/AMD 64 bit version of Smalltalk/X, for Win, Linux and OpenSolaris ?

Thanks for the reply,

Paul Provoost
The Netherlands
by provoostp
30. Dec 2008, 10:13
 
Forum: Wishlist
Topic: Smalltalk/X on OpenSolaris and 64 bit
Replies: 4
Views: 7978

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