I'm happy to announce that mORMot units are now compiling and working great in 64
bit mode, under Windows.
Need a Delphi XE2/XE3 compiler, of course!
ORM and services are now available in Win64, on both client and
Low-level x64 assembler stubs have been created, tested and
UI part is also available... that is grid display, reporting (with pdf
export and display anti-aliasing), ribbon auto-generation,
SynTaskDialog, i18n... the main SynFile demo just works
Overall impression is very positive, and speed is comparable to 32 bit
version (only 10-15% slower).
Speed decrease seems to be mostly due to doubled pointer size, and some less
optimized part of the official Delphi RTL.
But since mORMot core uses its own set of functions (e.g. for
JSON serialization, RTTI support or interface calls or stubbing), we were able
to release the whole 64 bit power of your hardware.
Delphi 64 bit compiler sounds stable and efficient. Even when working at low
level, with assembler stubs.
Generated code sounds more optimized than the one emitted by
FreePascalCompiler - and RTL is very close to 32 bit mode.
Overall, VCL conversion worked as easily than a simple re-build.
Embarcadero's people did a great job for VCL Win64 support, here!