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 We assume you've installed and configured Visual Studio Express and the Microsoft Platform/​Windows SDK as described in steps 1 & 2 [[compiling_on_windows|on this page]], and if you want to build x64 versions with the free Visual Studio Express 2008, that you've done [[http://​jenshuebel.wordpress.com/​2009/​02/​12/​visual-c-2008-express-edition-and-64-bit-targets/​|this hack]] (or [[http://​whitemarker.blogspot.com/​2006/​12/​c-visual-c-2005-express-edition-x64.html|this one]] if you're using VS 2005.) VS 2010 Express supports x64 projects out of the box (but it uses alot more resources than earlier versions due at least in part to its (needless) dependence on .NET 4.) We assume you've installed and configured Visual Studio Express and the Microsoft Platform/​Windows SDK as described in steps 1 & 2 [[compiling_on_windows|on this page]], and if you want to build x64 versions with the free Visual Studio Express 2008, that you've done [[http://​jenshuebel.wordpress.com/​2009/​02/​12/​visual-c-2008-express-edition-and-64-bit-targets/​|this hack]] (or [[http://​whitemarker.blogspot.com/​2006/​12/​c-visual-c-2005-express-edition-x64.html|this one]] if you're using VS 2005.) VS 2010 Express supports x64 projects out of the box (but it uses alot more resources than earlier versions due at least in part to its (needless) dependence on .NET 4.)
  
 +To see the supported version of each library for a given Mixxx version, see [[dependencies]].
 ===== Qt ===== ===== Qt =====
  
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