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Nightmare77

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Does this mean now that .net 2 is out that there will start to be 2 concurrent releases of Media portal down the track one for 32bit and one for 64bit? Is that going to be the plan?
 

FlipGer

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    Hi,

    as far as i understood this whole 64bit and .NET thing, there is no need for a MP64 version.

    .NET applications run in a virtual machine, the .NET framework. As long as this framework uses 64bit, all applications running within this framework will automatically use also 64bit. Sou you just have to install .NET 2.0 64bit.

    http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/...00-acf8-4fa1-affb-40e78d788b00&DisplayLang=en

    HTH, Flip.
     

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    at the moment no devs have x64 processors (and running Windows x64 Edition) ...i believe Smirnuff whill be getting one very soon ..so then we will have 1 x64 developer and 1 x64 tester (me)

    the latest cvs(from the 6th NOV 2005 on) dont seem to work on Windows x64..even with the x64 .net 2.0..

    if we have any news of a dedicated x64 version of MP we will definitely let u know
     

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    Hi,
    NightmareRambo77 said:
    thanks guys, would be kinda of keen to see how the performance goes
    I haven't got any 64 bit system and I haven't been able to test current CVS a lot with .Net 2.0, but for me it's much faster than before the switch to 2.0. So it's definitely a step forward. :)

    Kind regards,
    Michel
     

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