[reportlab-users] Compatibility with Windows 7, 64 bit
andy at reportlab.com
Tue Aug 16 08:55:16 EDT 2011
On 16 August 2011 12:40, Paul Keating <Paul.Keating at nibc.com> wrote:
> This message happens when you have installed 64-bit Python, but then try to run a 32-bit ReportLab installer.
> The 32-bit installer says it can't find Python, because 32- and 64-bit apps don't share the same registry space. Windows 64-bit redirects registry calls to HKLM\Software from 32-bit apps to a subtree HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node.
> This is a good thing, because 32-bit and 64-bit apps can't call one another's DLLs either.
> There is a 64-bit ReportLab installer: I know that because I have downloaded it, and used it, and there is a copy on my install server. It's called reportlab-2.4.win-amd64-py2.6.exe.
> But I don't see it on the download page.
Paul, that's a good point. I had already replied to the original
poster by direct email and the builds are in
But the code which builds the download page is designed to find the
latest package of each siginificant version, and it doesn't have
something to list a 64-bit one. We'll try to get this fixed in the
next day or two.
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