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I find it's less to do with having written perfect software and more to do with the programmers trying to be more clever than they actually are. Trying to do things like custom pointer arithmetic or weird signed operations will break an app in a bad when moving between 32 and 64 bit. The few extra clock cycles you save are in no way worth the portability penalty.
Laziness can also play a part. Assuming 'int' and 'void *) are the same size, instead of using something like uintptr_t.
The moral of the story: don't try to outsmart the compiler. You will regret it, eventually.
Of course, if you're relying on some third-party library, which doesn't have a stable 64-bit version, that's a different story (and raises the question: why are you relying on a poorly supported third party library?)