64bit platforms are not an obscure niche market.
Not today and certainly not tomorrow.
So Adobe seems to be mired in being incapable to jump.
( probably should shove the "white" boys out the backdoor.)
Reading that referenced blog ( even if the main
article is outdated the follow ups from this
guy read rather similar ) gcc is completely unusable
( at least for the hacks historically used by adobe/flash )
X is a pit full of poisonous snakes, linux as a platform
an unfixable mess.
How come so may OSS projects are completely cross platform
/ architecure / byteorder and compile effortlessly with gcc
to well behaved and performing binaries ?
I am regularly astonished how former windows programmers
can break a perfectly good unix system in completely
( Just tried to fix teamspeak2 on my sons box. No go )