After my ARM port ARM64 (AArch64) was a logical step and due to my experience with ARM it only took days instead of month.
Again we are faster than the other win32 implementation :), therefore it's a pure Winelib port.
- Yes, It works! (TM)
- Patchset was committed on January 16. 2013 and is available since Wine-1.5.22
- Backtraces work
- WOW64 setup works now
- relay tracing
- libs/port/interlocked.c: maybe native operations
- wine-gecko/wine-mono ARM64 port
As of now, we found two ABI incompatibilities:
How to help
- Analyze and/or fix (most likely in GCC) the variable arguments problem.
- Report bugs with winelib or Windows applications.
there you get a cross-toolchain, a bootable system and instruction on how to get the Foundation Model from ARM. (qemu should also work, but i haven't had much success with it yet) For the start run configure like:
../configure --host=aarch64-linux-gnu host_alias=aarch64-linux-gnu --with-wine-tools=../yourotherbuilddir/ --without-freetype --without-x --enable-win64
Running Windows arm64 Applications
The SDK for win10 includes some PEs for arm64, have a look at Bug 38714.
You may run into ABI problems described above.
ARM64 commits in Wine