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Question: Hi Justin. Hope you are doing well. I was wondering if you might have a chance to have a look at the DDP Marker Editor that you help port to Mac. I’ve had a few guys email me about getting it to work with the new Macs (M1) arm processor, and few guys ask about a Linux port. I have no idea how to do this as I’ve not done anything with it for 4 years now. I’m just a Guitar Player…lol Anyway, I didn’t think it would hurt to ask you, since you done the Mac port. The code is still on GitHub Here: github
Asked by Wyatt (76.77.164.x) on May 6 2022, 3:29pm
Reply on May 7 2022, 9:17pm:
    I might at some point but for M1 nothing really changes other than recompiling


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  • Posted by Wyatt (76.77.164.x) on May 8 2022, 2:17am:
    "On a mac with xcode installed you can compile by typing 'make', or 'make WANT32=1' for 32-bit" Is there a command for M1 ?

  • Posted by Justin on May 8 2022, 10:54pm:
    Ah probably need an M1-mac or very recent macOS. OK I'll make a build, remind me of the URL (it didn't make it in the original post)

  • Posted by Wyatt (76.77.164.x) on May 9 2022, 4:35pm:
    Thanks so much. Here's the github link. github.com/WyattRice/reaper-DDP-Ma...


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