Som-Som - 2012-08-13

Now a 64 bit version of KDiff3 is released for Windows. The trouble is that KDiff3 is still set up into x86 directory in the following cases:

  1. If you already have a KDiff3 installation in x86 directory. You need to uninstall KDiff3 first to have the 64 bit Program Files directory the default on installation. (Actually in the installer it is relatively easy to check the existence of x86 directory and start uninstall.exe if found.)

  2. If you use a 32 bit browser (most browsers are released in 32 bit variant due to plug-in issues) then by default SF offers 32 bit binaries.

So it is better to fix the bat file as described above. (Maybe making the x86 the less preferred path.)