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You should be trying to detect the plugins rather than the mode that Safari is running in.
As Safari is updated, and the plugins are updated, the list of plugins that run in 64-bit mode will change. This means that you have to have a different support list every time a plugin or Safari is updated.
Scott Van Looy wrote:
Internet explorer gives me “x64” in the appVersion if running a 64bit instance
On 08/09/2009 16:40, "Jens Alfke" <email@hidden> wrote:
On Sep 8, 2009, at 4:13 AM, Scott Van Looy wrote:
> I was wondering if anyone knew of a way to detect if Safari (or
> Webkit) is running in 64bit mode or 32bit mode? There seems to be
> nothing in the appVersion string, which is where I would expect it
> to live.
Look in Activity Monitor — the "Kind" column says so. (You might have
to turn that column on via the View menu.)
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