This is only a question.
Today, we’re late in 2018.
Intel stopped to produce 32 bit CPU for over 17 years (but for very specific embedded systems up to 2015) and started its 64 bit CPU production in 2004 (that is 24 years ago).
AMD started its first 64 production in 2003 that is one year before.
Since the Haiku development team is very small and obviously has little money to pay new developers, can any one explain to me what is the interest (if any) to develop and maintain these two architectures (I’ve worked with developers obliged to maintain both 16 and 32 bit codes then to enhance it to 64 bit and I know all the mess this includes) ?
Even major Linux distribution vendors now stop their developments and support for the ancient 32 bit architecture.
So, would it not be profitable for the Hailu developers to do so and concentrate only on the 64 bit code?
Just my two cents.