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Re: [TSVN] 64-bit Tortoise

From: SteveKing <steveking_at_gmx.ch>
Date: 2005-07-12 18:35:22 CEST

Douglas Stonham wrote:
> I just recently installed Win64 on my computer and would like to use
> Tortoise...
> Searching the archives I found a post from Stefan (a year and four days ago):
> "There might be a (temporary and Win64 only) workaround: make TSVN
> available as an out-of-process shell extension."
> Is this something I (as a user) do? If so, could someone give me some
> hints on how I would do this?

See this FAQ:

As you can see, you have several options:
- do nothing and live with it
- be generous (very generous) and send me a 64-bit laptop with WinXP-64
installed so I can build/test/adjust TSVN for 64-bit
- start the 32-bit explorer version located here:

> I'm going to have to admit utter ignorance here... Does making a 64 bit
> version of Tortoise mean just compiling the existing code with a different
> compiler / against different libraries, or would it actually require
> significant recoding?

It might be enough to just recompile the shell extension with a 64-bit
compiler. But without being able to do that and without having the
chance to test it, we can't do that.
Even if someone would compile it with a 64-bit compiler (there's one
included in the Windows SDK for example), I won't release such a
version. Because I just could not react to problem reports - no chance
to reproduce them, no chance to fix them, ...


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