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irrKlang 64 bit beta available now
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niko
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2014-02-28 08:32:39

There is now an irrklang build supporting 64bit architectures available now. It is a beta version, only working with visualStudio. It can be downloaded from the download page, and used together with irrKlang 1.4.0. Get it here: http://www.ambiera.com/irrklang/...

Although named 'beta', if it works with your project, you should be able to safely use it already.


joop.stringer
Registered User
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2014-03-04 08:22:56

Pleazse provide a direct link to download it ... can't find it on the download page


erik
Registered User
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2014-03-04 09:14:33

It's the third link on that page. Direct link: http://www.ambiera.at/downloads/...


joop.stringer
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2014-03-05 16:45:26

Thanks, couldn't find it


thedevilsjester
Registered User
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2014-04-10 18:27:30

Any word on when you will have builds for Windows with MinGW, Linux and OSX?


niko
Moderator
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2014-04-12 06:21:46

It will still take a while, sorry.


David
Guest
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2014-05-03 17:56:49

tried to add reference to the 64 bit version in my project (using visual studio), and it said "A reference to 'irrKlang.dll' could not be added. Please make sure that the file is accessible, and that it is a valid assembly or COM component.".

Am I not doing something correctly to use it?


niko
Moderator
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2014-05-04 09:22:18

The preview of the 64 bit version of irrKlang only works for C++, it seems you are using CSharp or some .NET? That version will be included in 1.5, but it will be released next week. A working stable preview can already be downloaded here: http://www.ambiera.at/downloads/...


ridgem
Registered User
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2014-05-31 01:28:30

Here's another request to include a 64-bit build for winx64-gcc.
Any idea when you'll get to this?


niko
Moderator
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2014-06-01 19:24:04

I knew winx64-gcc exists, but it seemed at this time that no one actually used it. Which version are you using, the one from http://mingw-w64.sourceforge.net...?


Marcel
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2014-07-31 08:08:11

I'm using MinGW-w64, too. It can produce 32- and 64-bit programs and has further improvements: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Min.... And of course it would be nice to have a 64bit Version of IrrKlang for it.

I'm using the MinGW-w64 distribution "TDM64 bundle" (36.4 MB · GCC 4.8.1) from http://tdm-gcc.tdragon.net/. It is easy to install and works as full replacement of MinGW32 for me, because it could produce 32-bit programs, too. Based on GNU GCC/MinGW compiler configuration, you only have to add the Prefix "x86_64-w64-" to compiler and linker file names. The Flags "-m64" (64-bit), "-static-libgcc" and "-static-libstdc++" are use by default (if no counter instructions are set).

Compiling of IrrLicht works fine, just as with MinGW.


But there is perhaps one disadvantage of TDM64, too:
Because of TDM-GCC's continuing goal of minimizing extra DLLs, winpthreads has
been compiled statically. It will be statically linked with every program you
compile,

...

Because every program you compile will now rely on winpthreads, you should make
sure to read and comply with its MIT-style license, included in the file
"COPYING.winpthreads.txt"

You will find this in the README-gcc-tdm64.txt and get an longer information text about this displayed while installing the compiler suite.


kirito
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2020-02-08 13:51:52

i want you can provide lib for mingw-w64 tooļ¼Œ
In fact many people use it.

I think a mature library should provideļ¼š
lib-mingw
lib-mingw-w64
lib-vc201*

Of course this is just my suggestion, but I very strongly hope the lib for mingw-64


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