For the record, Visual Studio do support the long long type (yes, it is 64-bit).
Ah I see. Thanks. That's new to me.For the record, Visual Studio do support the long long type (yes, it is 64-bit).
Compilers can produce warnings - make the compiler programmers happy: Use them!
Please don't PM me for help - and no, I don't do help over instant messengers.
If anyone is interested (or stumbles across this thread in search of a 64-bit free C++ compiler on Windows), I have built a working toolchain here (includes Boost)
using all the latest stuff from SVN (as of this writing, 2008-11-03, of course).
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I think you have a typo there.(~26MB, decompresses to ~460MB)
That is NOT a typo . The compression ratio was something like 5%.
It was probably due to the amount of duplicated stuff (and I used the highest compression level with 7zip).