Umm!!! factually no, LO is still 32bit on Linux, it just works as
seamlessly as I explained in my previous email / post, on a Linux 64bit
system, as it does on a Windows 64bit system. I code in my spare time,
and I can tell you to change from 32bits of coding to 64bits of coding
is a monumental uphill learning curve.
In the simplest terms imagine managing 32 horses of a high spirit, and
you just get it right, now add another like 32, and you can see just the
tip of the iceberg what is involved in offering apps in 64bit mode.
On 26/07/2013 01:54 PM, James Knott wrote:
Tom Davies wrote:
My guess is that the default is 64bit or else other apps might need
the 64bit version. It's generally not a good idea to have more than
1 version of Java although even 1 might well be more than you need now.
The big question is why are the Windows version of LibreOffice and
OpenOffice still 32 bit only. They've both been available in 64 bit
versions on Linux for years.
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