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How to compile IA64 module using VS2005 Professional Ed on 32bit

Hi there,

I am porting a project to IA64, AMD64(X64) with VS2005 Professional Edition
on a 32bit box. The version of VS2005(32bit) I used is 8.0.50727.42.

However, I just found that only x64 cross-compiler is offered with VS2005
and there is no AMD64 cross-compiler! I wonder if IA64 cross-compiler is
available now and how can I get it ? If I need to install special service
pack or SDK ?

Thanks,
-Yuanfei

May 30 '06 #1
3 2021
Hi Yuanfei!
However, I just found that only x64 cross-compiler is offered with VS2005
and there is no AMD64 cross-compiler!
x64 IS AMD64...
I wonder if IA64 cross-compiler is
available now and how can I get it ?
The professional edition does not have an IA64 compiler. This is only
available with "Team Sutie"...

See: Visual Studio 2005 Product Line Overview
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/pr...e/default.aspx
If I need to install special service
pack or SDK ?


The IA64 compiler is available at least with the W2003SP1 and W2003R2
PSDK (command-line compiler).
See: Windows® Server 2003 R2 Platform SDK ISO Download
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

Greetings
Jochen
May 30 '06 #2
Hi Jochen,

Thanks for your help !

I'd like to have compilers I used for x86, X64, IA64 conformed to the same
C++ standards. So I suspect that IA64 compiler in W2003R2 is similiar to
that in VS2003 rather than VS2005. Can you please confirm this ?

In addition, is "Visual Studio 2005 Team Suite" availalbe for download now ?
If yes, do you happend to know the download location for subscriber ?

Many Thanks,
-Yuanfei

"Jochen Kalmbach [MVP]" wrote:
Hi Yuanfei!
However, I just found that only x64 cross-compiler is offered with VS2005
and there is no AMD64 cross-compiler!


x64 IS AMD64...
I wonder if IA64 cross-compiler is
available now and how can I get it ?


The professional edition does not have an IA64 compiler. This is only
available with "Team Sutie"...

See: Visual Studio 2005 Product Line Overview
http://msdn.microsoft.com/vstudio/pr...e/default.aspx
If I need to install special service
pack or SDK ?


The IA64 compiler is available at least with the W2003SP1 and W2003R2
PSDK (command-line compiler).
See: Windows® Server 2003 R2 Platform SDK ISO Download
http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/d...displaylang=en

Greetings
Jochen

May 30 '06 #3
Hi Yuanfei!
I'd like to have compilers I used for x86, X64, IA64 conformed to the same
C++ standards. So I suspect that IA64 compiler in W2003R2 is similiar to
that in VS2003 rather than VS2005. Can you please confirm this ?
AFAIK the PSDK compiler is "between" the VC2003 and VC2005 compiler...
In addition, is "Visual Studio 2005 Team Suite" availalbe for download now ?
If yes, do you happend to know the download location for subscriber ?


If you have at least "Visual Studio Team Edition for Software Developers
with MSDN Premium Subscription" you can donwload this version.

Greetings
Jochen
May 30 '06 #4

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