Topic "Support for Windows 2003 x64"

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When I start WinSCP on Windows 2003 x64 an error message appears "Ungltiger Zugriff auf den Speicher". Seems that there is a problem with the memory management. Is there a know bug?
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What executable do you run? Standalone or the one contained in installation package?
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Ive just setup my new x64 XP system, and of course, I had to install WinSCP. Any chance that there will be a x64 native version in the works?
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swrona wrote:
Ive just setup my new x64 XP system, and of course, I had to install WinSCP. Any chance that there will be a x64 native version in the works?

What's the advantage? Smile
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prikryl wrote:
What's the advantage? (to an x64 version of WinSCP)Smile

The ability to drag and drop to the desktop aparently. This hasn't been working since I have installed on my x64 system. Maybe coincidence, probably not.
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The ability to drag and drop to the desktop aparently. This hasn't been working since I have installed on my x64 system. Maybe coincidence, probably not.

Do you have drag&drop shell extension installed or not?
Sprudeldudel

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I have a similar Problem. x64 running and cannot connect to the apache webserver at my university.
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Sprudeldudel wrote:
I have a similar Problem. x64 running and cannot connect to the apache webserver at my university.

I do not see any similarity. Also you cannot connect to webserver with WinSCP. You may be able to connect to an SSH server running on the same machine as a webserver. What the error message?
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prikryl wrote:
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The ability to drag and drop to the desktop aparently. This hasn't been working since I have installed on my x64 system. Maybe coincidence, probably not.

Do you have drag&drop shell extension installed or not?


I am also running Windows XP x64 and the drag and drop does not seem to work. I have tried disabling it and re-enabling it from the preferences and then rebooting without help.
HielkeHoeve

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Drag and drop doesn't always work plus winscp sometimes crashes for no aparent reason. Is there a debug version so I can let VS 2008 show me what's going wrong?

The advantage is that you don't have to run it in an emulated environment, which makes me shiffer a little. It'll go a bit faster, which is always nice. Most processors (Intel core 2 duo, AMD Athlon etc) are already 64 bits, most people just don't know it...
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HielkeHoeve wrote:
Drag and drop doesn't always work

When it does not work?
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plus winscp sometimes crashes for no aparent reason.

In some specific situation? Or randomly?
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Is there a debug version so I can let VS 2008 show me what's going wrong?

WinSCP is not compiled in VS.
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prikryl wrote:
HielkeHoeve wrote:
Drag and drop doesn't always work

When it does not work?
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plus winscp sometimes crashes for no aparent reason.

In some specific situation? Or randomly?
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Is there a debug version so I can let VS 2008 show me what's going wrong?

WinSCP is not compiled in VS.


Drag and drop only works if you are using the 32 bit explorer (by default windows uses the 64 bit explorer)
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Anonymous wrote:
Drag and drop only works if you are using the 32 bit explorer (by default windows uses the 64 bit explorer)

What does not work exactly? What drag&drop mode in WinSCP have you selected? What version of WinSCP are you using?
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HielkeHoeve

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prikryl wrote:
When it does not work?


Haven't been able to reproduce the problem with 4.0.5, must have been a user error Smile

prikryl wrote:
plus winscp sometimes crashes for no aparent reason.


I should have been more clear about this, it's the same error as reported here:
http://winscp.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5584
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Btw, any idea if C++ Builder 2007 can also compile WinSCP?

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CodeGear C++ Builder 2007 can convert it to the newer version, but compiling it is a different thing. Its whining about the libs of version 6 Rolling Eyes
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HielkeHoeve wrote:
Btw, any idea if C++ Builder 2007 can also compile WinSCP?

I haven't tried that, but I doubt.
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