How to build x64 DLL on VC++2008 Expressedition from 32-Bit Project,...?


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Kerem Gümrükcü

Hi,

it is really a little annoying, that there is no useful
information out somewhere that shows how i can
build a 64Bit dll from within my Visual C++ 2008
Express Edition. I did intense search in the www
but could not find any useful information except these
links and they are in fact totally useless:

http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/x4d2c09s.aspx
http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms246588.aspx

Can someone show me how i can do that, building
my 32 Bit DLL making it target a AMD/INTEL x64
System from withing the IDE?

The point is that i use the VC2008 Express Editions and
currently i dont have any chance to use the Pro and upper
Versions,...

Thanks in advance,...

Regards

Kerem
 
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Kerem Gümrükcü

Hi Sven,

solved by writig a batch script that cleanly
compiles and distributes the dll in a appropriate
way,...

regards

K.
 
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K

Kerem Gümrükcü

Hi Sven,

solved by writig a batch script that cleanly
compiles and distributes the dll in a appropriate
way,...

regards

K.
 
S

SvenC

Hi Kerem,
hat sich dahingehend erledigt, das ich mir
nen Script geschrieben habe, der mir das
sauber kompilliert und verteilt,...

Jetzt bin ich verwirrt. Wo kommt denn nun der x64 C++
compiler her? Vom Windows SDK?

Hauptsache es läuft,
SvenC
 
S

SvenC

Hi Kerem,
hat sich dahingehend erledigt, das ich mir
nen Script geschrieben habe, der mir das
sauber kompilliert und verteilt,...

Jetzt bin ich verwirrt. Wo kommt denn nun der x64 C++
compiler her? Vom Windows SDK?

Hauptsache es läuft,
SvenC
 
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Albichess

Ok, but because I read in the Help of Visual C++ Express Edition:" to compile
to 64bit with Express Edition needs to install the: Windoes SDK tool kit" ?
(with. net framework 3.5 Sp1)
I don't understand

Jochen Kalmbach said:
Hi Kerem!to compile to 64bit with Express Edition needs to install the: Windoes SDK tool kit? (with. net framework 3.5 Sp1s)
I don't understand
 
A

Albichess

Ok, but because I read in the Help of Visual C++ Express Edition:" to compile
to 64bit with Express Edition needs to install the: Windoes SDK tool kit" ?
(with. net framework 3.5 Sp1)
I don't understand

Jochen Kalmbach said:
Hi Kerem!to compile to 64bit with Express Edition needs to install the: Windoes SDK tool kit? (with. net framework 3.5 Sp1s)
I don't understand
 
C

Cholo Lennon

SvenC said:
Hi Kerem,


Jetzt bin ich verwirrt. Wo kommt denn nun der x64 C++
compiler her? Vom Windows SDK?

Hauptsache es läuft,
SvenC

Please be polite, write in English. For German language you have
"microsoft.public.de.vc" or "microsoft.public.de.german.entwickler.dotnet.vc"

Thanks

Regards
 
C

Cholo Lennon

SvenC said:
Hi Kerem,


Jetzt bin ich verwirrt. Wo kommt denn nun der x64 C++
compiler her? Vom Windows SDK?

Hauptsache es läuft,
SvenC

Please be polite, write in English. For German language you have
"microsoft.public.de.vc" or "microsoft.public.de.german.entwickler.dotnet.vc"

Thanks

Regards
 
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Scot T Brennecke

The Express Edition of VC++ does not come with built-in support for compiling to a 64-bit target.
The Windows SDK contains an x64 compiler which can be used from a command prompt, which is what the
OP seems to have done by spawning a batch script.
 
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Scot T Brennecke

The Express Edition of VC++ does not come with built-in support for compiling to a 64-bit target.
The Windows SDK contains an x64 compiler which can be used from a command prompt, which is what the
OP seems to have done by spawning a batch script.
 
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Albichess

You write:
"The Windows SDK contains an x64 compiler which can be used from to command
prompt".
Ok, but as me I enter to it? Which is the command, the option that I have to
write in command prompt? But where do I find the relative documentation?
 
A

Albichess

You write:
"The Windows SDK contains an x64 compiler which can be used from to command
prompt".
Ok, but as me I enter to it? Which is the command, the option that I have to
write in command prompt? But where do I find the relative documentation?
 
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Ben Voigt [C++ MVP]

Albichess said:
You write:
"The Windows SDK contains an x64 compiler which can be used from to
command
prompt".
Ok, but as me I enter to it? Which is the command, the option that I have
to
write in command prompt? But where do I find the relative documentation?


The SDK setup should create a shortcut for SDK Command Prompt, with
architecture and debug/release variants, on your start menu. Fire that up
and run cl.exe as usual.



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