Somewhat wonkier Windows problem
anthony.petrov at oracle.com
Thu May 23 12:12:33 UTC 2013
I have worked around the compatibility of latest DirectX SDK and 32-bit
JDK builds by copying the contents of the \Program Files\Microsoft
DirectX SDK\Lib\x86\* to the Lib\ directory itself. Works like a charm.
On 05/23/13 07:13, David Chase wrote:
> I think that there is a 64-bit compiler in there, though it seems to not be the default.
> I saw three different command-line choices, and one is 64-bit, which I am using.
> The available copies of the DirectX SDK (later than 2004) were not recognized as 32-bit
> by configure -- doesn't mean that they're not, it just decided that they were 64-bit given
> its current state, so I had to see if I could find a 64-bit compiler.
> I can supply more details tomorrow, and check a little harder to ensure it really is 64-bit.
> On 2013-05-22, at 8:44 PM, Tim Bell<tim.bell at oracle.com> wrote:
>> It has also been reported that the free VS2012 'Express' edition does not include the 64-bit compiler, so you will be able to build 32-bit only. I have not verified that.
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