[webkit-help] Wincairo build for 32 bit

Thomas Brodt thomas.brodt.lists at porabo.ch
Wed Jul 22 02:53:13 PDT 2020

Hi Fujii,

thanks for your reply! I knew it wouldn't be so easy. Especially as I am 
not a regular C developer that is familiar with all the tools in use in 

I already found the 32 bit version of the WebKitRequirements is 
available in parallel to the 64 bit version, which is great (thanks 
Don!) That's why I already created bug 210192 a while ago, but since 
then couldn't go on with it.

When I have some more time than at the moment, I will go ahead and find 
out if I can build my 32bit version.

You say that currently WinCairo doesn't support 32bit. Is this because 
of some technical reason that makes 32bit impossible, or is it because 
wincairo is going forward in 64bit only, and just nobody cares for a 
32bit version, which could however be possible?

Am 17.07.2020 um 23:09 schrieb Fujii Hironori:
> I don't know the "last known good" revision.
> Even though the latest WinCairo doesn't support 32bit version,
> Don publishes WebKitRequirementsWin32.zip every time he releases
> a new WebKitRequirements, and the latest WinCairo is still
> maintaining WebKit1.
> https://github.com/WebKitForWindows/WebKitRequirements/releases/tag/v2020.07.01
> As far as I know, no one has tried WebKitRequirementsWin32.zip.
> But it seems worth to try to you. Good luck.
> -- Fujii
> On Sat, Jul 18, 2020 at 3:02 AM Thomas Brodt 
> <thomas.brodt.lists at porabo.ch <mailto:thomas.brodt.lists at porabo.ch>> 
> wrote:
>     Hi
>     for a legacy project I would need a 32 bit version of the wincairo
>     port.
>     (yes, I know...)
>     Is there a "last known good" version before the switch to 64 bit?
>     Could
>     anyone give me any pointer how to find out? I tried to find it
>     with trac
>     but was unable to.
>     Thanks a lot!
>     Thomas
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