On Sat, 05 Oct 2013 14:02:11 +0200, Henk-Jan van Tuyl <hjgt...@chello.nl>  

> L.S.,
> I am trying to implement a check if the architecture (32 vs. 64 bit) of
> the dynamic libraries of wxWidgets matches the architecture that  
> wxHaskell is being built with.

I have implemented this and pushed it to the repository. When the wxc  
setup is run on Windows, Linux or OS X, the message "The bitness is  
correct" should be given. If the message is "The bitness is not checked",  
the setup could probably not find a proper dynamic library; this should be  
considered to be a bug. (Setup searches for a dynamic library in the  
wxWidgets directory, not in the search path.)

Henk-Jan van Tuyl

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