[PD] maxlib on OSX version?

IOhannes m zmölnig zmoelnig at iem.at
Wed Sep 20 15:51:32 CEST 2023

On 9/20/23 14:47, rafael.raccuia at blindekinder.com wrote:
>   Thank you Christof, that would be great!
> In the meanwhile I try with iemnet and osc, but if tomorrow I can use 
> the original patch again it's much better.
> So you confirm it's because of M1.

well, maxlib is available just fine for macOS, e.g.

as is mrpeach:

this issue is, that these binaries are for macOS/intel, and you have a 
macOS/Arm: so yes, all this is "because of M1".

apart form the already given solutions (replace these old libraries with 
something modern; wait for some kind soul to provide M1 binaries; ...) 
there i can think of two more options:

1. you can run Pd through Rosetta to emulate an Intel machine.
this will allow you to use the existing macOS/Intel binaries.
of course, performance is worse than when using native binaries, but 
that might not be a problem.

2. you could install linux on your Mac (e.g. Debian/bananas)¹


¹ and while i hate to admit it, currently this might not be the best 
option; e.g. i do not know whether Debian/bananas manages to do more 
than just booting the system :-P
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