We have an application that has 32 and 64-bit versions on Windows, but the GUI doesn't allow me to setup different files for each, and the <platforms> xml tag doesn't have that distinction either. How can I install different bitted versions on Windows?

I have found this: http://answers.bitrock.com/questions/265/how-to-differentiate-between-windows-32-bits-and-64-bits but it's not clear to me if I can do what I want with that - and if so, how? (I'm new to BitRock - trying out the demo)

asked 03 Aug '12, 17:39

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Set up a different component for each platform, each one with it's own <shouldPackRuleList> that checks against a variable value, and set that variable in the command line with --setvars.

Section 25.2.1 of the manual details exactly this situation

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answered 04 Aug '12, 23:31

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