• ReverbDuck

    I've been cleaning before making, so that's not it. If I capture the output of the 'make' command I see the '-arch arm64' argument on the gcc calls, so it appears to be making it to the compiler.

    After making, I am running the mac/osx-app.sh shell script to make the final app and this is what is showing up as Intel. Could there be a complication here?

    Thank you!

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  • ReverbDuck

    Hi - thank you for the suggestion, but this did not change the outcome. I confirmed that the cflag you suggested is present in the output of configure, but the final app is still showing as Intel-based

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  • ReverbDuck

    Hi all - I'm trying to compile PD for my M1 Mac and I have not been able to figure out how to get this to work. It keeps ending up with an Intel based app even though when I run configure it appears to be set up correctly. Configure gives this output:

    pd 0.54.0 is now configured
    Platform:             Mac OSX
    Float size:           default
    Debug build:          no
    Universal build:      no
    Localizations:        yes
    Source directory:     .
    Installation prefix:  /usr/local
    Compiler:             gcc
    CPPFLAGS:             -DNDEBUG  
    CFLAGS:               -mmacosx-version-min=10.6 -ffast-math -fno-finite-math-only -funroll-loops -fomit-frame-pointer -O3  -g -O2
    LDFLAGS:              -L/usr/local/lib  
    INCLUDES:             -I/usr/local/include 
    External extension:   d_fat
    External CFLAGS:      -fPIC
    External LDFLAGS:     -bundle -undefined dynamic_lookup
    Deken identifier:     darwin-arm64
    fftw:                 no
    wish(tcl/tk):         default search paths
    watchdog:             yes
    audio APIs:           PortAudio 
    midi APIs:            PortMidi 

    However, when I subsequently run 'make' and then 'make app' the app it generates is an Intel app. I can tell by looking at the app with 'get info' in Finder, or by looking at it in Activity Monitor when it is running and seeing that it is an Intel process. Can somebody please help me make this natively for Mac architecture?

    (FYI, I am doing a custom compile because I need to extend the MIDI FIFO size to avoid overflow for my specific use case)


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