64-bit windows version?
isaacdupree at charter.net
Wed Jun 20 11:40:32 EDT 2007
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> (MS and gcc C++ are incompatible).
is this still true? GCC has been standardizing its C++ ABI for a while,
and I think there actually weren't any ABI changes noted between 4.1 and
4.2 for most platforms (I don't know if MS C++ is compatible with that
common ABI though). I could be confused here though.
> BTW: I don't really like Windows .. but I want to see Haskell
> succeed. Trying to do Haskell on Windows without MSVC++ toolchain
> is like trying to work on Linux without binutils... :)
yes, binutils written in Haskell! Will never happen! :))
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