[Python-Dev] Python on Windows 64bits?

Aahz aahz at pythoncraft.com
Tue Oct 12 21:36:59 CEST 2004

On Tue, Oct 12, 2004, Alexandre Parenteau wrote:
> Sorry if I'm asking something that has been answered before, but I could 
> not find a clear answer anywhere.
> Is there a project page for Windows 64bits? Is it already on CVS?
> My company tries to assess if we can plan on using python on Windows 64 
> bits.
> We want to do it natively (i.e. no 32b emulation), because we have some 
> python extensions we want to use in the process.

In theory, it should "just work".  Python is already 64-bit compliant;
any issues are likely to be problems with Microsoft compilers.  You
should probably ask on comp.lang.python unless you uncover specific
problems that you believe are caused by Python itself.
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