On 19/05/2024 00:17, Mark Geisert via Cygwin wrote:
FWIW Although this wording seems to indicate Cygwin is still supported on 32-bit Windows, just discouraged.

This seems like a willfully context-blind reading.

The table above lists Windows versions for which support has been discontinued, which includes "All 32-bit".

Further, https://cygwin.com/ plainly states "The Cygwin DLL currently works with all recent, commercially released x86_64 versions of Windows ...", which seems pretty unambiguous.

Suggestions on how to improve this obviously welcomed. (but I'm not a big fan of "put fact A in place X as well as place Y, so people who ignored it in place Y because it didn't fit there priors can continue to ignore it in place X as well.")

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