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SixTrack - i686 instead of x86_64: why?
« on: 19 June, 2017, 08:00:14 AM »
i686 instead of x86_64: why?

Thanks Harri. I believe our strength is in numbers. Why throw away if you

can still do something useful. "Many a mickle maks a muckle" :-) Eric.

(I will be running tests soon to re-compare 32-bit/64-bit performance.)
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