On 08/07/2015 09:00 AM, Olivier Hallot wrote:
The download page presents by default the LO 32 bits version, even if I
call it from a 64 bits Windows7.
Is this working as designed? Shouldn't we promote LO-64 for a 64 bits
(tested on a W7 VM with Firefox)
When did we start offering a 64 bit version of LO, other than MacOSX?
This is going to really put off making a 5.0.x DVD ISO file.
The 32 bit installs, plus 64 bit installs, are now taking up 2.4 gig of
a 3.7 gig DVD [4.x according to the DVD burner software], or 1.8 gig
without the portable versions of LO.
I will not be able to fit both 32 and 64 bit install versions on a
single DVD, the way I have the DVD "constructed".
As it is, without the portable versions, I am downloading 80+
install/help-pack/language-pack files every time I change the version of
the DVD ISO file.
I may have to create a 32-bit version DVD and a 64 bit version DVD. I
really do not want to to that. Maybe I will have to do a really through
redesign of the DVD format, to save DVD space.
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