support linux 64bit

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02-27-2011 10:29 PM
LiufengLiufeng
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Now, it's support the linux 32bit, when to support the linux 64bit?
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JimMatthews
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Fingers crossed...

64-bit windows is supported in Beta2.

We have no plans for 64-bin Linux.
Our system running on RHAS requires use of 64 bit JVM, so unless there is a way to load 32 bit shared objects into a 64 bit process, we can't use this long-awaited API in its current form.  It seems others are in the same boat.  Can you please (pretty please?) provide a 64 bit version for Linux?
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GavinSutcliffe
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Yes, please, 64-bit Linux! Having only the 32-bit version is very limiting when we want to integrate into a suite of applications running in a 64-bit JVM.
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GavinSutcliffe
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OK, I just saw this in the "Cross-platform API" thread, so there is some hope. Just more waiting...

[INDENT]    "We are working on a Linux 64-bit release of the File Geodatabase API. It will not release with the 1.0 release of the API, but as a part of a follow on release later this year.

    Lance Shipman
    Geodatabase Product Engineer, File Geodatabase
    esri"[/INDENT]
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GavinSutcliffe
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Any update on when the community can expect a 64-bit Linux library?
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VinceAngelo
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The 1.0 general release of the FileGDB API has been up since early June. There are four release
bundles: Windows VisualStudio 2008 (32- & 64-bit), Windows VisualStudio 2010 (32- & 64-bit),
32-bit Linux, and 64-bit Linux.

- V
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