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Loader for MacOS?
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What are the prospects for a MacOS version of the Au loader?

I use the Au boards for a university lab class in the Winter Quarter, and I'm preparing myself for the possibility we may have to do it remotely.  We can arrange to have the students remotely access Windows or Linux machines to compile the code, but some only have Macs at home.

It looks like the Linux version is written in Java, so it shouldn't be *that* hard to port to MacOS, right?
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I don't have a Mac to test/develop on, but it shouldn't be hard to port. If you are interested in working with us to make a Mac port, contact me at support@alchitry.com and I'll see what I can do.
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(08-11-2020, 09:17 PM)prebys Wrote: What are the prospects for a MacOS version of the Au loader?

I use the Au boards for a university lab class in the Winter Quarter, and I'm preparing myself for the possibility we may have to do it remotely.  We can arrange to have the students remotely access Windows or Linux machines to compile the code, but some only have Macs at home.

It looks like the Linux version is written in Java, so it shouldn't be *that* hard to port to MacOS, right?

I was able to pretty easily port the standalone command line version to my Mac.  I put the instructions in the "Tips and Tricks" thread.
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