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Re: Bug Fix: _LONGLONG macro, Visual C++ 7.0

From: Kevin Ryde
Subject: Re: Bug Fix: _LONGLONG macro, Visual C++ 7.0
Date: Tue, 25 Jun 2002 11:06:33 +1000
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<address@hidden> writes:
>   -#if defined _LONGLONG || defined _LONG_LONG_LIMB
>   +#if (defined _LONGLONG && !defined _MSC_VER) || defined _LONG_LONG_LIMB

Thanks.  I think I might use HAVE_LONG_LONG to get the same effect.
We've already got an autoconf test for that.

I'm pretty sure none of the x86 code needs DItype, so it shouldn't
matter if it's not really a 64-bit type.

> This is a larger and still-unplanned project, which will
> probably require a Win64 version of Cygwin and some autoconf-script
> enhancements.

It might be possible to build with CC=cl right now, I don't know.  The
asm code (which is unix style of course) would have to be avoided with
--host=none, or perhaps compiled with gcc using CCAS=gcc.

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