We've been making changes to the code that will allow it to run truly 64 bit, and I'm having trouble getting the 64 bit HDF libraries to work.
On the 32 bit side(Windows Server 2008 Ent.), I've been running relatively trouble free with version 1.8.6 (and the HDF5DotNet wrapper). With the 64 bit version (on a 64 bit Server 2008 machine), I can cmake, build, and ctest the code just fine. However when I include the 64bit libs into my service the H5A.create() starts throwing exceptions and an H5T call locks solid. To make things more bizarre, when I ctest the code again it starts to fail ~1/3rd of the tests when I've done nothing but make a copy of the original dlls.
I'm not sure what could cause the problems I am seeing. So I tried updating to the current HDF (1.8.9) and cmake 'Configure' starts spitting errors. It is still fine generating 1.8.6 source, but 1.8.9 has one at TestBigEndian.cmake:44, 'no suitable type found' during 'Searching for 16 bit integer'. Any ideas what's wrong here?
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