All, I think I know the answer to this but I wanted to make sure. Has anyone compiled a Pro/INTRALINK Toolkit application that is 64 bit? I thought the toolkit only shipped with 32 bit libraries to link with but I wanted to know if anyone used some "black magic" to get it to work. Thanks.
Patrick Williams Sr. Systems Engineer II Mechanical Engineering Solutions Missile Systems Raytheon Company
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I've used the 64Bit PTK libraries. You just have to have them installed to link against. Easiest way is to setup a 64 bit machine, install 64 bit Pro/E, then link against those libraries. Also you could copy the PTK libraries to your dev system and setup a new makefile etc to compile and link to them.
Patrick Johnson [cid:image001.jpg@01CB0ED4.B0A28E50]
When I did a Pro/I TK app which was used by a 64 bit Pro/TK app, I created a 32 bit Pro/I TK app as an .exe.
Bob Monat Jerand Technical Services, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org www.jerand.com 1-317-875-6087
On Fri, Jun 18, 2010 at 10:34 AM, Patrick S Williams < -> wrote:
> All, > I think I know the answer to this but I wanted to make sure. Has anyone > compiled a Pro/INTRALINK Toolkit application that is 64 bit? I thought the > toolkit only shipped with 32 bit libraries to link with but I wanted to know > if anyone used some "black magic" to get it to work. Thanks. > > *Patrick Williams* > Sr. Systems Engineer II > Mechanical Engineering Solutions > Missile Systems* > Raytheon Company* > > +1 520.545.6995 (business) > +1 520.545.6399 (fax)* > -* <-> > > TU/M12/8 > 6221 S Palo Verde Rd > Tucson, AZ 85706 USA* > **www.raytheon.com*