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Windows 10 for ARM 09 Dec 2016 14:04 #779

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  • Hello,

    I am reading a couple of sites lately that relay the news about the announcement Microsoft did in WinHEC 2016.

    Is there any relevance on this on X#? Just a thought: X# apps can run on ARM powered PC.

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    Rene
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    Windows 10 for ARM 09 Dec 2016 18:43 #780

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  • Rene,

    Yes there is relevance for X#. In short: any platform where C# code runs is also a viable platform for X#. We are using the same code generation engine so there is no difference.
    Of course you should not compile for x86 or x64 but for AnyCpu and only use libraries that are available for AnyCPU as well.

    Robert
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    Windows 10 for ARM 10 Dec 2016 03:10 #781

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  • This is great!

    I will read more about this, because there are lots of noise around such as the Windows 10 for ARM is really re-compiled for ARM, but all Win32 apps can run on it without re-compiling through emulation or code morphing (what is this?). It is specific about Win32, I wonder if x64 apps runs on it.

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