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Re: Harry's pspp4windows build on the buildbot

From: Friedrich Beckmann
Subject: Re: Harry's pspp4windows build on the buildbot
Date: Fri, 28 Aug 2020 22:39:54 +0200

Hi Alan,

thanks for trying the build. Do you have a system where you can run
the 64 Bit version? I only have a Windows 7 32 Bit vm. Do you also
see the strange characters in the output when running the t-test example?

Did anybody try pspp with gui on a 32 Bit linux? Are the strange characters
maybe 32Bit related? 

If you find bugs, then maybe you can desribe them in the bugtracker:


Am 28.08.2020 um 19:46 schrieb Alan Mead <>:


This is great!

What feedback do you want?

I installed both the 32- and 64-bit versions on windows 7. Both install. As expected, the 64-bit version fails to execute.

There are some some things I would consider bugs, some of them specific to windows and maybe some not.


On 8/27/2020 3:48 PM, Friedrich Beckmann wrote:
Harry’s pspp4windows build is now available as a nightly build on the buildbot:

The build is done as a cross compile from opensuse 15.2. The resulting
windows installer is available here:

Could somebody maybe try the 1.4.0 windows version on 32Bit / 64Bit?

The following picture is from Windows 7 with 32 Bit. There are these
strange characters at some places.



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