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Tortoise 64-bit and alternate file explorers

From: Chris Lamb <chrisla_at_spokaneschools.org>
Date: Thu, 5 Apr 2012 15:30:24 -0700 (PDT)

My coworkers and I are looking to find an alternate file explorer for our machines (2008 R2 x64) so we can add and see the the SVN columns and know where that working copy is pointing in the repo.

I know there's xplorer2 64-bit and it works just fine since it is x64, but I was looking at the lite (read free) version as well as some others (CubicExplorer, FreeCommander, etc) that might be a bit more 'friendly'.

My understanding is that the platform has to be the same (64/64 or 32/32), or you have to install the 32-bit version of Tortoise. But since you can't install it separately, but the important 32-bit "pieces" have been rolled into the x64 version, shouldn't the columns still show in the 32-bit apps? Because they will not on any install I try that is not xplorer2 64. Is there a trick to make the program look @ the 32-bit components?


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