[webkit-help] wincairo 32bit no longer supported?

Thomas Brodt thomas.brodt.lists at porabo.ch
Fri May 6 04:33:39 PDT 2022

Hi Fujii,

Yes, I noticed that before there were still 32 bit files in the zip. 
Trying to build them by myself resulted in some errors with vcpkg I 
didn't understand in the first run, so I had to give up on this due to 
lack of time.

It sounds promising that 32bit should still be possible, though I got 
strange errors compiling JSC with something like invalid architecture, 
but that could be misleading.

Thanks for your help!

*Von:* Fujii Hironori [mailto:fujii.hironori at gmail.com]
*Gesendet:* Donnerstag, 5. Mai 2022, 22:30 MESZ
*An:* thomas.brodt at porabo.ch
*Cc:* webkit-help at lists.webkit.org; Don.Olmstead at sony.com
*Betreff:* [webkit-help] wincairo 32bit no longer supported?

> Hi,
> It looks like Don gave up WebKitRequirementsWin32.zip. v2021.09.22 
> seems to be the last version.
> https://github.com/WebKitForWindows/WebKitRequirements/releases
> <https://github.com/WebKitForWindows/WebKitRequirements/releases>
> I don't know the last WebKit revision available to build WinCairo. 
> However, it looks like Apple is still supporting 32bit iTunes for 
> Windows. It should be still technically possible to build 32bit WinCairo.
> On Thu, May 5, 2022 at 2:32 AM Thomas Brodt 
> <thomas.brodt.lists at porabo.ch> wrote:
>     Hi all,
>     after some time I tried to build a new version of the wincairo
>     version of WebKit on Windows.
>     It seems however, that 32bit is no longer supported, as all
>     configuration files for 32 have been dropped, the --win32 build
>     parameter is gone and the requirements dll package has 64bit dlls
>     only.
>     Is this true? And can someone give me a hint what the last
>     available version for 32bit was or around what time 32bit was
>     support was removed?
>     thanks a lot for any hint!
>     Thomas
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