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AIR application crashes on Apple Silicon (ARM based) Mac

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Oct 29, 2020

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I develop an Adobe AIR application, which, at least after upgrading to the latest AIR SDK from airsdk.harman.com, works fine on an Intel based Mac upgraded to macOS 11 beta 10.

It immediately crashes on startup on an ARM based Mac (the so called Apple Silicon), also using macOS 11 beta 10. Other x86_64 apps are working fine, because macOS on ARM has support for translating them on the fly, called Rosetta 2. In the Apple forums, there is some discussion that applications doing just-in-time-compilation (e.g. Google Chrome for Javascrpit) are not running on Rosetta too.

Is Harman working on an SDK which properly supports ARM based Mac?

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AIR application crashes on Apple Silicon (ARM based) Mac

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I develop an Adobe AIR application, which, at least after upgrading to the latest AIR SDK from airsdk.harman.com, works fine on an Intel based Mac upgraded to macOS 11 beta 10.

It immediately crashes on startup on an ARM based Mac (the so called Apple Silicon), also using macOS 11 beta 10. Other x86_64 apps are working fine, because macOS on ARM has support for translating them on the fly, called Rosetta 2. In the Apple forums, there is some discussion that applications doing just-in-time-compilation (e.g. Google Chrome for Javascrpit) are not running on Rosetta too.

Is Harman working on an SDK which properly supports ARM based Mac?

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