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Windows on ARM in 64-bit

With Visual Studio 15.9, Microsoft now supports ARM64 processor architecture as target for Windows software. So Windows now runs currently on 4 architectures: x86 for Intel 32-bit, x64 for Intel 64-bit, ARM in 32-bit and 64-bit. In history Windows NT also run on IA-64, MIPS, Alpha, PowerPC, PC-98 before, so they keep it quite cross platform viable.

Now the big question is whether Xojo Inc. and/or FileMaker Inc. will support the new architecture anytime soon. But if they would, we would of course try to build the plugins for the new platform.

See blog entry from Microsoft.
19 11 18 - 09:25
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And next year we’ll see macSO ARM64bit too …
The LLVM compiler should be capable to do this without big changes.
SteveR - 21 11 18 - 16:31

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