The Go1.18 release will require a supported version of Windows to be released on. While Windows Server 2012 does not have native i386 support, Microsoft Windows-32-on-Windows-64 (WOW64) allows you to run 32 bit software on an x64 system.
CL 363474 added a 2012 builder, which is good, but it also took a major
step in sunsetting Windows 7 support by removing all 2008 builders from
trybots and for Go 1.18+. This will surely bitrot Windows 7 support and
force us to remove support for it, which isn't okay. Rather than line up
dominoes to force our hand on policy, such huge policy changes with
sweeping ramifications should be properly decided.
So, this commit keeps the 2008 builders in the running, alongside the
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