#178 Luminance HDR 32-bit on 64-bit

Luminance HDR 2.4.0
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2014-02-02
2014-01-28
Beep6581
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The "It appears that you are running the 32-bit version Luminance HDR on a 64-bit system. (...)" message appears every time I run it. It should only appear the first time it is run.

Discussion

  • There is a good reason why this message appears, and a even better one, why it appears every time.

     
    • status: open --> wont-fix
    • assigned_to: Daniel Kaneider
     
  • Davide
    Davide
    2014-01-28

    • status: wont-fix --> open
     
  • Davide
    Davide
    2014-01-28

    I reopen the ticket: Daniel, can you make a ratio box and let the user decide whether he wants to see the message again or not?

     
  • Beep6581
    Beep6581
    2014-01-28

    And this reason is only known to the chosen few, and the user is an idiot and must always be bothered with the popup? Sorry, I have a good reason for running a 32-bit version on a 64-bit system, and I don't like being treated like a fool. I'm with Davide - let the user decide.

     
  • What is your reason of running the 32bit version on 64bit? Because, besides the memory limitation, the 32bit is also compiled with less optimizations, due to WinXP compatibility

     
  • Beep6581
    Beep6581
    2014-01-31

    It runs faster, and, until recently, wine couldn't support both 32-bit and 64-bit versions at the same time, which generally meant you'd fall back to the 32-bit version.

    Only problem I ran into so far is a crash when processing a specific image set (already opened an issue for that) which the 64-bit version processed fine.

    Regardless, "[x] Don't warn me again" is the right way to do it :]

     
    • status: open --> closed
     
  • Now the message box is just shown exactly 3 times.