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Re: What Windows 64 bit traps are out there?

by Anonymous Monk
on Sep 12, 2011 at 09:42 UTC ( [id://925436]=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to What Windows 64 bit traps are out there?

Use a 64bit OS with 32bit Perl, because Perl is not fully supported in its 64bit version.

I think Perl should spend more time getting a fully working 64bit version with supporting modules instead of working on the future of Perl 6 in 32bit.

If we figure when Perl 6 will be released for main stream use then what bit the OS's will be 96bit or 128bit? Sounds like Perl 6 has a lot of its time waisted as a 32bit version
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Re^2: What Windows 64 bit traps are out there?
by Anonymous Monk on Sep 12, 2011 at 10:24 UTC

    I think Perl should spend more time getting a fully working 64bit version with supporting modules instead of working on the future of Perl 6 in 32bit.

    Perl is not a person or an organization, its the language

    And perl5 and perl6 are two separate projects

    If we figure when Perl 6 will be released for main stream use then what bit the OS's will be 96bit or 128bit?

    Neither, by then 666bit will dominate

    Sounds like Perl 6 has a lot of its time waisted as a 32bit version

    Must have equally huge biceps by now

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