Detect whether PS is 32bit or 64bit

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undavide

Detect whether PS is 32bit or 64bit

Postby undavide » Sun Apr 20, 2014 7:02 pm

Hi,
is there a way to know whether the running Photoshop is 32 or 64bits (on Windows)?
Only thing that came to my mind is to parse app.systemInformation, which is a long, long string like:

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Adobe Photoshop Version: 14.2.1 (14.2.1 20140207.r.570 2014/02/07:23:00:00) x64
Operating System: Mac OS 10.9.2
System architecture: Intel CPU Family:6, Model:23, Stepping:10 with MMX, SSE Integer, SSE FP, SSE2, SSE3, SSE4.1
Physical processor count: 2
Processor speed: 3060 MHz


get to the index of the first "x" and read the next 2 chars.

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app.systemInformation.substr (app.systemInformation.indexOf('x') +1 , 2));


Is there any other, faster way than retrieving the entire string (about 23.000 chars in my case)?
Thank you!

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pedromarques

Detect whether PS is 32bit or 64bit

Postby pedromarques » Thu Apr 24, 2014 12:09 pm

If you want it from a adobe script, you can use this reading any adobe app installed 'bridge', 'estoolkit', 'exman', 'flashbuilder', 'photoshop', 'switchboard', etc

// Getting the photoshop bit version:
if (BridgeTalk.isRunning('photoshop')) { // if photoshop is open, brings it to front
$.writeln(BridgeTalk.getSpecifier('photoshop').match(/\d{2}$/));
}

// other utilities:
$.writeln(BridgeTalk.getTargets ('60.064')); // Result: photoshop-60.064 only if it exists
$.writeln("Apps intalled:\n > "+BridgeTalk.getTargets (null).join("\n > ")); // Result: get all adobe installed app+versions on present computer
// Specify a negative value to return all versions up to the absolute value of the version number, For example:
$.writeln("Apps intalled:\n > "+BridgeTalk.getTargets ('-5.5').join("\n > ")); // Result: get all adobe app+versions lower then 5.5 installed on present computer

$.writeln(BridgeTalk.getSpecifier ('photoshop')); // Result, for example: photoshop-60.064

$.writeln(BridgeTalk.getAppPath('photoshop')); // Result: C:\Program Files\Adobe\Adobe Photoshop CS6 (64 Bit)\Photoshop.exe
$.writeln(BridgeTalk.getDisplayName('photoshop')); // Result: Adobe Photoshop CS6 (64 bit)


if (BridgeTalk.isRunning('photoshop')) { // if photoshop is open, brings it to front
BridgeTalk.bringToFront('photoshop');
}

//~ // BridgeTalk.getStatus Results:
//~ // BUSY: The application is currently busy, but not processing messages. This is the case, for example, when a modal dialog is shown.
//~ // IDLE: The application is currently idle, but processes messages regularly.
//~ // PUMPING: The application is currently processing messages.
//~ // ISNOTRUNNING: The application is installed but not running.
//~ // ISNOTINSTALLED: The application is not installed.
//~ // UNDEFINED: The application is running but not responding to ping requests. This can be true of a CS2 application that uses an earlier version of the messaging framework.
$.writeln(BridgeTalk.getStatus('photoshop'));

geeklystrips
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Re: Detect whether PS is 32bit or 64bit

Postby geeklystrips » Thu Jan 19, 2017 6:50 pm

Hello Davide!
This an old thread, I'm assuming you found the answer -- but just in case, this is what I use.

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var is64bits = BridgeTalk.appVersion.match(/\d\d$/) == '64';


On a related note, how would you differentiate between Windows versions without parsing app.systemInformation?
$.os returns "Windows 7" on both Win 7 and Win 10.

http://imgur.com/a/kVcKm
Hmm. Or should I just look for 6.1 vs 6.2? I feel like this is making too many assumptions.

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var isWin7 = $.os.match(/windows/i) == "Windows" ? $.os.match(" 6.1 Service Pack ") != null : false;
var isWin10 = $.os.match(/windows/i) == "Windows" ? $.os.match(" 6.2 Service Pack ") != null : false;

(Windows 8 is not a concern of mine)


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