Marius Mauch <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> posted
[EMAIL PROTECTED], excerpted below, on  Fri, 10
Oct 2008 00:05:00 +0200:

> On Thu, 9 Oct 2008 20:11:01 +0200
> Fabian Groffen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>>      amd64-linux
>>      x64-openbsd
>>      x64-solaris
> Is there a special reason why you're using "x64" instead of "amd64" in
> those cases? (IMO x64 is the most stupid name for the x86_64
> architecture)

AFAIK, that's not amd64/x86_64, but rather ia64, aka itanic aka itanium.  
At least, that's how I'd interpret them since I've seen that abbreviation 
made before, particularly since there's already amd64 in context.

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