I'm not really sure what specifically you are asking, but if you have
installed the 64-bit components of Visual Studio (they are optionally
installed in VS 2005/VS 2008), and created a project for the Win32
You can create a 64-bit configuration by adding a new configuration and
basing it off the Win32 configuration.
You can do this by right-clicking on the solution file in the Solution
Explorer and selecting "Configuration Manager..."
In the "Active solution platform:" dropdown, choose "<New...>" if x64 isn't
already in there.
Choose x64 and say copy settings from Win32.
After this, rebuild your project, making sure to select the x64
Post by Anil Nagubadi
In VC++ 9.0 -- is there a swith for 64-bit compilations such that the
first 4 parameters that are passed in registers
rcx,rdx, r8,r9 -- can be stored in their "home locations" in the callee
I need this for better debuging.
I have tried /Zi -- generate full debug symbols and /Od -- disable
optimization. But, they don't this.
I need this when I am debugging, I need to look at previous call frames
Can anyone help>