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On Sat, Nov 3, 2012 at 12:41 AM, rost52 <> wrote:

 May I ask why our devs should work on a win64 version while we are having
still a "few" bugs in the 3.6 branch (and also in 3.5.7).

How many LibO user are having wn64 machines? Or better what is the
percentage of win64 users in the LibO community?

On 2012-11-02 20:52, Carlo Strata wrote:

Dear Everyone,

are we working forward to LibreOffice-win64?

Taking a look if there were new Scribus releases I give a look to next
branch svn 1.4.2**projects/scribus/files/**scribus-svn/1.4.2svn/<>

and I see that... there are an x64 windows build (!!!) that I suppose it
use the Win64 GhostScript build too**download/<>

Any new in this walk?

Have a sunny day,


Most of the system on the market are 64bit . since 32bit can run in a
64bit environment I dont see the rush to change the application code to run
under 64bit. keep in mind i am not saying Libreoffice should not or will

there is a high amount of user running Libreoffice under Windows.
Masekela Walls
Web Security Analyst | Senior Server Administrator / Gemini ISP Networks

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