Re: [Gimp-developer] Different Languagepacks Linux/Windows?

On Thu, May 31, 2012 at 1:55 PM, Joao S. O. Bueno <gwidion mpc com br> wrote:
> On 31 May 2012 12:53, Kevin Cozens <kevin ve3syb ca> wrote:
>> On 12-05-29 11:55 AM, Jernej Simončič wrote:
>>> Neither - PyGimp on Windows is always 32-bit, so I suspect it's
>>> looking for translations relatively to the 32-bit DLL directory.
>> If a person wants to compile GIMP for 64-bit why is pygimp still only
>> 32-bit? Known compatability issues? No one has gotten around to testing
>> 64-bit? Or could it be as simple as no one has bothered to update the build
>> method for pygimp?
>> It seems odd to me to mix 32-bit and 64-bit in parts of a program that all
>> come out of the same source tree.
> Last I checked, there is no native PyGTK+ for Windows 64bit, due to
> the fact the binary signatures used by GCC in win 64 (used in gobject,
> gtk+) and visualstudio (used for Python) are different.
> I do not use Windows, and have no idea if this has changed. Since
> pyGIMP works as an off-process plug-in, if it works, it is the way to
> go, because there would not be a feasible work-around.
> I intend to research and update pygimp to use gobject introspection
> during gimp 2.9 - maybe that can allow for  a 64bit version of it on
> Windows.
> (It is important to note that such problems do not happen under Linux
> - and that there are other problems due to not using gobject
> introspection under mac os x)
>   js
>  -><-
>> --
>> Cheers!
>> Kevin.
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Not true. This was one of the reasons that I started my own builds. In
my build, Python is 64-bit.


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