[Gc] 32-bit on 64-bit machine

Margaret Fleck mfleck at illinois.edu
Mon Mar 18 15:28:13 PST 2013


If I'm compiling on a 64-bit (linux) machine, what do I need to do to
force the gc to compile in 32-bit mode?    (I need to link it to an old
32-bit application that will take some thought to move over to 64-bit.

Thanks,

Margaret Fleck
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