- [x] Require arm64 OpenJDK (i.e. JEP 391: macOS/AArch64 Port)
- [_] Require x86_64 + arm64 universal binary OpenJDK (required for Mac App Store submission)
- [x] Require arm64 libjnidispatch.dylib binaries
- [x] Require arm64 libjcocoa.dylib binaries
- [x] Require arm64 libmediainfo.dylib binaries
- [_] Require arm64 lib7-Zip-JBinding.dylib binaries
- [x] Require arm64 fpcalc binaries
- [x] Require arm64 appbundler support
Support for macOS users
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No ETA since arm64 support in FileBot requires arm64 support in all 3rd party dependencies, many of which have not been updated in years. The x86_64 binaries are known to work well via on arm64 via Rosetta binary translation though.
Well, Rosetta translation working correctly at all for just-in-time compiled code, at only a 3x performance penalty no less, the Apple engineers really outdid themselves there. IMHO, that's the really impressive thing here! There probably won't be a noticeable performance difference between running FileBot on a high-end macOS M1 machine and a high-end Windows / Linux machine with Intel or AMD inside.