(copied from wrong thread)
.cfg file is writable? Switching between 64-bit and 32-bit does change it?
Harm Wibier


note my initial premise was wrong, F5 and the compile button work the same - not sure of the exact circumstances that led me to the earlier conclusion but I think I make have loaded the .src

but here's an example of what I see if I don't have source loaded

pylist.cfg before I point the studio at the project
Code:
Icon=Kirknet.ico
[Icons]
Kirknet.ico=Kirknet.ico
[Version]
include=1
VersionMajor=19
VersionMinor=0
VersionRelease=19.0
AutoIncrementBuild=1
VersionBuild=191
[Bitmaps]
DacAbout.bmp=DacAbout.bmp
ChkOnD.bmp=ChkOnD.bmp
ChkOnE.bmp=ChkOnE.bmp
ChkOffD.bmp=ChkOffD.bmp
ChkOffE.bmp=ChkOffE.bmp
note,
1. select pylist.src as the project (note I don't actually load into the editor)- shows 32bit in the header bar
2. click the compile and run button - changes to 64bit in header bar

pylist.cfg now has an extra 3 lines
[Compiler]
Platform=x64
64BitSuffix=64

repeated this a few times with and without the .src loaded. Having .src makes the 32/64 setting 'stick'