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Catch-all thread for discussing Apple's operating systems: macOS, iOS, watchOS, & tvOS
"I never should have taken purchasing advice from Gary Busey.
What the hell was I thinking?" - Paleocon
"To the Nope-copter!" - Rat Boy
Brew recently closed their M1 support tracking issue. Most everything else I can think of works through emulation if it's not native by now, even Java-based tools.
(Not a robot.)
Mac software developers are usually pretty good about keeping up with Apple's architecture changes.
Except game ports. Those often end up getting left behind.
I’m tempted by the M1 machines, but I’m worried about how well it will be supported for development. If I didn’t have that concern, however, and just needed a general purpose computer I would grab one in a heartbeat.
This is my concern with M1 as well. Virtualization and container stuff all appears not yet ready for prime time. There will be some growing pains.
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Dynasty: 2012, 2013
"The golden shower threw me off." -- garion333
If you develop purely in MacOS, aimed primarily at MacOS (or iOS), it should be pretty much flawless. Apple's dev tools should make fat binaries that will run on any current Mac or i-Device.
Anything more advanced than that is likely to be problematic.
Carl Sagan: "Clutching our crystals and nervously consulting our horoscopes, our critical faculties in decline, unable to distinguish between what feels good and what’s true, we slide, almost without noticing, back into superstition and darkness."