Matthew Saltzman writes:
On Sat, 2007-09-01 at 05:23 -0600, Karl Larsen wrote:In Linux Bo, if you want to write in 64 bit you load the version of Fedora 7 that is totally 64 bit. This is the f7 x86-64 distribution and different than Microsoft, you can download this free. Then you can compile in C or C++ with 64 bit. No need to cross/compile.Just to be contrary, what would you suggest if Bo only has access to 32-bit hardware, but wants to create 64-bit binaries to run on another machine?
Unless he wants to build his own version of binutils and gcc, that targets 64 bit ELF, he should simply build the software on the other 64 bit machine.
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