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tup.exe fails to run on Windows7 (32-bit) #11

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lunakid opened this issue Jan 3, 2016 · 2 comments
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tup.exe fails to run on Windows7 (32-bit) #11

lunakid opened this issue Jan 3, 2016 · 2 comments

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@lunakid lunakid commented Jan 3, 2016

What Windows version are the binaries actually built for?
(Windows7-32 complains here about tup.exe (of latest) "not being compatible".)

Did not see any hint on the gittup.org pages.
Please put some info up out somewhere, if this is just a plain Win version mismatch.

(Downloaded a few versions in vain out of desperation, too. ;)
Cannot build it either, right now, not having MinGW at hand. -- I suppose it's that what I'd need.)

Thanks, cheers!

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@gittup gittup commented Jan 4, 2016

They are cross-compiled with the x86_64-w64-mingw32-gcc toolchain from an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS install. I'm not sure what the "not being compatible" message is about, unless it is just that tup no longer runs on 32-bit Windows. I don't have a 32-bit Windows install to test anymore, unfortunately. Is there a reason you aren't able to run 64-bit Windows?

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@lunakid lunakid commented Jan 10, 2016

Thanks for the info, Windows didn't tell the reason, and I didn't see the "64-bit only" restriction mentioned on the tup pages I hit. (Could have spared some time. We do have 64-bit Win7s here, too, but this particular one I was sitting at is 32-bit.)

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