Forcing python39 on M1
Dave Allured - NOAA Affiliate
dave.allured at noaa.gov
Sat Mar 13 15:34:47 UTC 2021
*Sigh*. The ports.macports.org site has not been getting updates since Feb
20. See recent threads. Yes, this is *usually* reliable. Not this month.
On Sat, Mar 13, 2021 at 8:23 AM Ken Cunningham <
ken.cunningham.webuse at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Having heard that python39 is the only one (so far) to compile natively
> on M1, I’m trying to force the python ports I use to python39
> Hello Peter,
> FYI, an arm64 version of python38 appears to be available:
> and is “green” on the ports review page:
> The ports.macports.org page can be misleading at times, unfortunately, as
> it will show “green” if the port has been blocked from building even if it
> can’t be built, which is no doubt confusing to people at times and there is
> (I believe) a ticket about that somewhere.
> The packages.macports.org site is pretty reliable, although to be 100%
> certain, you do need to actually install the port and examine it with
> “file” or “arch” or similar.
> And the fact that the arm64 python38 exists doesn’t necessarily mean a
> universal python38 exists for x86_64/arm64 or can be built. It might or
> might not.
> So there are some caveats to the presence of the python38 file there on
> packages, but it is there.
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