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comment How to launch applications in 32 bit from Terminal in Snow Leopard?
my macvim screen remains desperately blank, and for some reason that's the 64b version that's being launched...
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comment How to launch applications in 32 bit from Terminal in Snow Leopard?
I couldn't make it work either: it seems that when you pass the -g option to Vim (exec /Applications/MacVim.app/Contents/MacOS/Vim_i386 -g), it forks in 64 bit mode.
Dec
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comment How to launch applications in 32 bit from Terminal in Snow Leopard?
It works (it launches the application in 32 bits), but pipelining does not seem to work : echo foo | arch -i386 /Applications/MacVim.app/Contents/MacOS/MacVim brings an empty MacVim.
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comment How to launch applications in 32 bit from Terminal in Snow Leopard?
yes, but infortunately, open unfortunately doesn't redirect the standard input /error as execdoes
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