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« on: February 06, 2021, 04:05:21 pm »

Package manager Homebrew now fully supports Apple silicon

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Homebrew users can now take full advantage of their speedy M1 chips.


The Homebrew team worked with Apple to make it happen.

The popular macOS package manager Homebrew has now been updated to fully and natively support Apple silicon and the M1 Macs.

The updated Homebrew, version 3.0.0, is now available and includes more changes beyond the M1 support, although that's undoubtedly the headline feature. Homebrew previously ran via Apple's Rosetta emulation, but that is no longer needed as of today's update.


  Apple Silicon is now officially supported for installations in /opt/homebrew. formulae.brew.sh formula pages indicate for which platforms bottles (binary packages) are provided and therefore whether they are supported by Homebrew. Homebrew doesn't (yet) provide bottles for all packages on Apple Silicon that we do on Intel x86_64 but we welcome your help in doing so. Rosetta 2 on Apple Silicon still provides support for Intel x86_64 in /usr/local.


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