[Openmcl-devel] The M1 port and the future of CCL

Bharat Shetty bshetty at gmail.com
Fri Nov 24 12:07:04 PST 2023

I dont have a M1 or M2 anything mac. I use ccl on windows and linux. And i
think there is value in ccl beyond the (mac) gui.

On Sat, 25 Nov 2023, 01:00 Jon Boone, <ipmonger at delamancha.org> wrote:

> Perhaps I’m mistaken, but given the Mac platform will continue to be a
> moving target, isn’t more than a question of an initial port to aarch64,
> but also ongoing development (switching fit integration, keeping the IDE up
> to par with whatever UI Guideline changes happen, etc?
> Is there a sufficient community to provide the necessary testing/debugging
> of patches and how does this become a stable community supported project?
> — jb
> On Nov 24, 2023 at 14:03 -0500, Mark Klein <m_klein at mit.edu>, wrote:
> I'd contribute $$$ to a port as well. I use CCL on a Mac a *lot* and it
> sounds like it would be a real pain to switch to some other CL.
> Anyone have a rough idea of how much porting CCL would cost?
> Mark
> ----------------------
> Mark Klein, PhD
> Principal Research Scientist
> Massachusetts Institute of Technology
> http://cci.mit.edu/klein/
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