ARM/M1 processors and Studio

Bastiaan Olij bastiaan at
Mon Oct 25 01:38:53 UTC 2021

Hey Alex,

Cool, that actually works in our favor because it takes some pressure 
of, providing that the current Studio 10.2 release runs well enough 
under Rosetta ;)

Does mean that recompiling all xcomps with the universal SDK has to be 
on the roadmap for the near future though :)



On 25/10/2021 12:36 pm, Alex Clay via omnisdev-en wrote:
> Hi Bastiaan,
> There is not a release yet of an Apple Silicon-native version of Omnis Studio, but there was a version available for beta-testing earlier this year with that support. This is no official timeframe for a production release, but I expect we're getting close. :)
> Yes, you do need to re-compile your xcomps with a universal SDK for them to run natively on Apple Silicon.
> Hope all is well!
> Alex
>> On Oct 24, 2021, at 21:30, Bastiaan Olij <bastiaan at> wrote:
>> Hey all,
>> Been awhile since I had a question. I was just looking at the Omnis website to see if I can find the answer but couldn't find a proper mention of it.
>> Does the latest Omnis Studio 10.2 version already run universal binaries with ARM support? Or is it still relying on Rosetta to run the Intel code base?
>> And in line with that, probably a question Kelly or Michael know best, do xcomps need to be compiled as universal binaries with an ARM version of the xcomps and has the xcomp SDK been updated for this yet?
>> Finally, if we're still relying on Rosetta, has Omnis put any timeframe in place for when we have native support for the new processors?
>> -- 
>> Kindest Regards,
>> Bastiaan Olij
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Kindest Regards,

Bastiaan Olij
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