[vtkusers] [SPAM] Re: What does the mean? x64 and win32

chensq chenshaoqiang at buaa.edu.cn
Sun Aug 13 18:38:11 EDT 2017

Thank you for your explanation David.
You makes me calm.

From: David Cole
Sent: Monday, August 14, 2017 12:43 AM
To: chensq
Cc: vtkusers
Subject: [SPAM] Re: [vtkusers] What does the mean? x64 and win32

WIN32 is defined even in x64 builds. You are building 64-bit libraries
and executables, and can use however much memory a system has based on
64-bit limits. That is, you shouldn't find any limitation like 2G or
3G of memory as you do in a 32-bit app.

David C.

On Sun, Aug 13, 2017 at 7:36 AM, chensq <chenshaoqiang at buaa.edu.cn> wrote:
> My vtk works very well. But today I noticed that every project in my vtk 
> is
> builed with x64 and win32 as shown in the accessory.
> I was confused what this mean? I used to think that win32 should go with 
> x86
> while x64 should go with win64.
> I want to know that in this situation how much memory I could use?
> Thank you in advance.
> Chen
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