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Author pete_icoserve
Date 2005-10-12.07:01:01
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Re: AMD64 compilers are available as part of the current
platform SDK as available to MSDN subscribers (not through
the free SDK download), and also reportedly available as
part of the DDK.

It is true that the current platform SDK supports AMD64 but
the included compiler has version number 14.00 and comes
with the same C runtime that is shipped with VS2005.

I should have stated 'there is no AMD64 support prior to cl
14.00' rather than 'there is no AMD64 support prior to VS2005'.

Nevertheless if you have to compile for AMD64 under Windows
you have to use cl 14.00 and you cannot avoid the C runtime
library showing the new signal behavior. 
Date User Action Args
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