[Webkit-unassigned] [Bug 132860] run-safari doesn’t run Safari in 32-bit mode even if WebKit configuration is set to 32-bit

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Tue May 13 09:34:51 PDT 2014


--- Comment #1 from Darin Adler <darin at apple.com>  2014-05-13 09:35:13 PST ---
I don’t know if Safari has a 32-bit binary as well as a 64-bit binary installed on the copy of OS X you have; it probably does. It won’t be included just to help us out in WebKit development, but it might well be present.

The problem you are having here is that you expected run-safari to run Safari in 32-bit mode since WebKit was configured to build 32-bit WebKit. That’s something someone might add to run-safari some day, but I don’t think anyone even suggested it before.

A way to get Safari to open in 32-bit mode is to check the "Open in 32-bit mode" check box in the Finder Info dialog for Safari. You could do that. There’s no need for you to block your work on this improvement to run-safari.

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