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SlickEdit Product Discussion => SlickEdit® => Features and/or Improvements => Topic started by: dashley on January 29, 2010, 09:57:28 pm

Title: 64-bit support
Post by: dashley on January 29, 2010, 09:57:28 pm
64-bit support.

Almost all my machines now support/run 64-bit operating systems. Seems a shame to clutter up the machine with 32-bit libraries just to run SlickEdit.
Title: Re: 64-bit support
Post by: swsnyder on July 13, 2010, 12:36:54 am
Another vote for native 64-bit binaries in Linux.

That would avoid having to load an otherwise-unneeded set of 32-bit libraries, which would save system RAM and improve the start-up time of the editor.

Also, I want a pony.
Title: Re: 64-bit support
Post by: jwdonahue on July 28, 2010, 11:53:49 pm
More Windows debugger support; ntsd/cdb should get the same support that gdb gets.

Definitely need a 64 bit version.

It would also be nice if I could have a single workspace with hundreds of projects and tens of thousands of files and still be able to load SlickEdit before lunch-time.

Boost build support!

Title: Re: 64-bit support
Post by: dashley on August 10, 2010, 06:05:29 pm
64-bit support for x86_64 Linux is a must. 90% of the Linux machines we use run a 64-bit version of Linux.