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Is Native Apple M1 ARM chip and Big Sur support planned for the Publii Mac app?

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    NitaaiKumar

    I am sorry if you have answered this before. Any rough ETA for this, thanks? Does the present Publii app work in Big Sur on normal Macs and via Rosetta 2 on Big Sur on the new M1 macs?

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    Bob
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    Just try, it should work.

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    #4786
    NitaaiKumar

    Thanks. So everything works on Big Sur on the normal Macs I can assume? I have been holding off to upgrade due to this. What about native M1 ARM support instead of through Rosetta 2? Are you planning to support it in the future? I am asking this because Apple is going to transition all their Macs completely to the ARM chips while keeping Intel chip Macs alive for a few more years it seems. The M1 seems to be beating all speed benchmarts. So the exporting speed of the site in Publii could also increase if it is natively supported? Thanks.

    #4789
    Bob
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    We don’t have such hardware yet, so it’s hard to test. On the other hand, we don’t have any reports from our community that it doesn’t work.

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