etienne.leblois at free.fr
Tue Jan 28 23:45:44 CET 2014
I do not see why win32 lazarus should be the default on a win64 platform.
The most suitable build to the platform were one works must be the default.
Taking the best out of each particular platform is an implicit in the promise :
Write once ... compile everywhere
The allocatable memory is an improovement in win64 over win 32 (and linux64 over linux32)
>Date: Mon, 27 Jan 2014 11:17:03 +0100
>From: Kostas Michalopoulos <badsectoracula at gmail.com>
>Subject: Re: [Lazarus] newbie
>IMO since most people wont care about 64bit executables, it is better
>to only give that [64bit] download as an alternative option in 64bit Windows
>systems, not as the default (and only) option.
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