I love to waste my time as I please. And as I know this is an open
project, everyone is free to take their choice about this thread as he/she
likes, so I would pleased not being told about what must be my choice.
On the last months there is in development a deep work in the calc core,
to get a better performance and set up the basics for further
improvements. What I think will bring more benefits on the performance
than a 64 bits version.
So maybe we should have some patience, leaving the steps going on their
I know and I agree, Miguel. I just don't agree with the logic "don't ask for
a 64bit version because it's very time consuming and expensive and you don't
need it anyway".
Why do Linux and Mac people need it more than Windows people? Do they work
with files larger than 4Gb? Isn't the cost per developer hour the same? If
there is no advantage why do developers bother at all?
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