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in my mind, it makes sense to drop x86. There are only a handful of
32-bit Intel machines released by Apple and that was back in 2006.
I happen to have one of them (the original Macbook) and Hatari doesn't
run fluent (skips frames even for ST emulation), so it's not a great
Den 2018-09-23 kl. 10:47, skrev Troed Sångberg:
A few days ago I saw that Xcode was updated on my computer, and after
that I saw my automated macOS Hatari builds fail. Today I had time to
look into why and it seems i386 is no longer allowed to be built with Xcode.
I'm currently pondering staying on an older Xcode or whether to drop
i386 macOS builds. Currently we're backwards compatible to macOS 10.6
(Snow Leopard) which is ten years old, and it was also the last version
of macOS that could be run on 32-bit only architecture (while many of
them are 64). From 10.7 and up macOS has been 64-bit.
So I'm leaning towards dropping i386. We can always produce a legacy
build like for PPC for releases.