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#1 Posted : Wednesday, June 27, 2007 12:59:09 AM(UTC)

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We recently purchased a new server, and many processes that use Aurigma Graphics Mill are now being moved to that server. The problem is that the server has a new Intel quad core 64 bit processor, and we found out rather quickly that Graphics Mill doesn't run at all on this machine. We did find that we could compile our .NET 2.0 apps to specifically target the x86 platform, but we'd really like to utilize the new processor's architecture with both our Aurigma-driven processes as well as our other processes (which would definitely benefit). Since we do have to work around the least common denominator though, and since most of our processes use Aurigma's component, almost all of our apps on that server now are compiled to target x86

We currently have Aurigma 3.5 since we really haven't had a reason to upgrade, but we would have no problem doing so if 4.0 had x64 support. However, looking through these forums and the 4.0 feature set, it doesn't seem like x64 is supported yet. Is it supported and just not publicized? If it's not supported, do you have any kind of general timeframe as to when it will be supported? Thanks.
#2 Posted : Wednesday, June 27, 2007 7:34:41 PM(UTC)

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Unfotunately applications which uses Graphics Mill for .NET should be compiled for x86 target platform to work on x64 operations systems. We have plans to add full x64 support but now I am not sure that I can give publicity to release date of version which will support x64 at this moment. We have to do a lot of work to implement it.
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Dmitry Sevostyanov

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