Simon Large wrote:
> 2009/2/26 Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>:
>> Robert Roessler wrote:
>>> This is yet one more example of why I suggested 2-3 weeks ago that
>>> 64-bit installs should *default* to also installing the 32-bit
>>> version... not everyone understands that x86-land lives on in x64-land
>>> (nor should they have to), and pops up non-obviously in places like file
>>> open dialogs [of 32-bit apps].
>>> The Vista x64 devs went to some effort to meld 32 and 64 -bit
>>> environments fairly seamlessly - shouldn't we (app and add-on devs) do
>>> the same? ;)
>> I think increasing the size of the installer to ~40MB just to get the
>> x64 version together with the win32 version is not a good idea.
>> Also, msi does not allow installing x64 and win32 binaries together,
>> there must be two separate msi files.
> I'm sure I asked this before, but can't remember the answer. Is it
> possible to provide a 32-bit shellex-only installer to go with x64,
> which can then call up the normal 64 bit TortoiseProc? I guess it
> would have to be a separate msi, but it would be a much smaller one.
The shell dll requires the apr dlls, the c-runtime dlls, ...
and all those have to be x64 too - so it's not just the shell dll we
would have to install.
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Received on 2009-02-26 22:11:26 CET