Dar Scott Consulting
dsc at swcp.com
Tue Jun 25 20:56:34 EDT 2019
There are a couple places in System Report (About this Mac --> System Report) that will show what apps are 32-bit: Software->Applications and Software->Legacy Software. I like the latter because it is more complete and covers more. For example all of the LiveCode 9 applications are 64-bit, but the autoupdater applications are not. I found an old application that is 64-bit but it has built-in versions of wine and wine-server that are not. Legacy Software also is shorter, so you are less likely to miss something.
> On Jun 25, 2019, at 2:01 PM, Richmond via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> I got macOS Catalina (10.15) beta "shoved up my nose" by my
> Mac's Software update thingy this afternoon.
> While I, normally, go for Beta versions of software I am not going
> to touch this one: and may, indeed never upgrade to 10.15.
> One of a whole slew of reasons is that I keep getting warning notices about
> LiveCode 9 + on my Macintosh running macOS 10.14.6 beta about LC not
> being a 64-bit app.
> Now, as far as I understand things (?) LiveCode 9 + is a "fat" thing, having both
> 32-bit and 64-bit code rolled into one package. However, whether that is true or not
> I have a feeling that macOS 10,15 won't accept Fat apps.
> I, also, wonder if LiveCode running on macOS 10.15 will be able to hive off
> 32-bit standalones?
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