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    Windows Itanium ia64 Compile of Teamspeak

    This is a bit of an odd request, but I have a Itanium 2 computer with a copy of Windows Server 2008 R2 on it. I would also like to run the Teamspeak 3 client on it, but I doubt the compatibility of the x86 or x86-64 versions for ia64.

    If Teamspeak 3 is compiled via Visual Studio, VS2010 has a Itanium compile option and set of static libraries included (at least for the Ultimate Version.) Not sure about the other libraries used (such as QT,) but creating an ia64 client might be as simple as selecting Itanium as the architecture for the project.

    I believe the later versions (> 2010) dropped Itanium support though, so if this possible, the newest client that worked with VS2010 would have to be compiled.

    Thanks!

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