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Posts: articles
Aug 28 2009
Problems of 64-bit code in real programs: magic constants
Andrey Karpov
I would like to tell you about one more 64-bit error we have found in some program. It becomes a good tradition to publish information about interesting and specific programming errors for 64-bit systems and we will try to follow it.
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Aug 06 2009
Safety of 64-bit code
Andrey Karpov
The article reviews the issues of providing safety of program code when adapting it for 64-bit systems.
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Aug 06 2009
Atavisms in large systems
Andrey Karpov
Large old program systems developing for tens of years contain a lot of various atavisms and code sections which have been simply written with the use of popular paradigms and styles of different ages. You can watch evolution of programming languages - the oldest code...
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Jul 20 2009
The function of printing an expression's type
Andrey Karpov
I very often meet debates in forums on what type this or that expression will have. So I decided to make a little note in the blog to refer to this.
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May 11 2009
A 64-bit horse that can count
Andrey Karpov
The article concerns the peculiarities of Visual C++ compiler's behavior when generating 64-bit code and possible errors relating to it.
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Apr 29 2009
Change of type alignment and the consequences
Andrey Karpov
When porting software one of the task a developer faces is to change types' sizes and rules of their alignments. Not so long ago we provided support of the diagnosing rule allowing you to detect data structures which use memory on 64-bit inefficiently in Viva64...
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Apr 19 2009
Seven Steps of Migrating a Program to a 64-bit System
Andrey Karpov
The article describes the main steps which should be performed to correctly port 32-bit Windows applications onto 64-bit Windows systems. Although the article is meant for developers using C/C++ in Visual Studio 2005/2008 environment, it will be also useful for...
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Apr 06 2009
Interview with Dmitriy Vyukov - the author of Relacy Race Detector (RRD)
Andrey Karpov
This is an interview with Dmitriy Vyukov - the author of Relacy Race Detector (RRD) tool intended for verifying parallel applications. In this article you will learn about the history of creating RRD, its basic abilities and also about some other similar tools and the...
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Mar 09 2009
Search of explicit type conversion errors in 64-bit programs
Andrey Karpov
On forums I'm constantly asked questions concerning search of incorrect explicit type conversion when porting code on a 64-bit platform. I decided to write this small note so that I could refer people to it and avoid writing the answer every time.
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Feb 16 2009
Viva64 for optimizing data structures
Andrey Karpov
Finally I've come to implementation of diagnosis in Viva64 analyzer detecting structures with non-optimal arrangement of fields. Absence in VivaCore of support of type calculations for small data types as ST_CHAR, ST_SHORT restrained me from that. Earlier all the types...
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