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Vb5.0 component for intel and alpha server.

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Can I compile a component in my windows 95 (intel) and that it works in intel NT4.0 and in one alpha NT4.0?
Is there necessity to re - compile the component for the alpha  server?.  
Where can I find more information about this?
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Yes, it will be necessary to recompile your component on an Alpha.  I would search the Microsoft Knowledgebase for more information.
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I think you can use your component compiled under Intel, it will run under an Intel emulation.
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Where can I find a intel emulation?
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I have never done it, but I think it is inside. I means already installed. I should verify in our alpha here.
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I understand that VB6 is supposed to support compiling components on Intel that will run natively on Alpha's.
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If it is true, we have to wait until tomorrow to verify that :)
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