Previously I had been working with the intel chip MacBooks, and I’m not sure if that’s related to the problem I have now, but now I’m using a silicone chip, and that might change some libraries. I’m trying to run some C++ code using a PNG package I learned about this summer. The dependencies are ..
I am using Clion as IDE of choice as it comes to C++ development. When I create new project on my new Macbook Pro M1 the IDE is running really well. However when I open old cmake project the ide becomes really slow. I believe this issue maybe is coming from incorrectly set target. Also ..
I’am considering buying an m1 mac mini as I’ve heard very good thing about it. However one concern I have is I plan to use it to learn c++ in quite in-depth. But am confused what ide’s are avaliable? Does visual studio for mac work on m1? and is it same as 2019 community? Ive ..
I use VSCode and added all the recommended extensions for c++. I also followed this guide and I get this error: Source: Windows Que..
Can anyone recommend a good IDE for C++ for Mac mini M1 Source: Windows Que..
Windows 10 ARM64 Insider Preview seems to run really well with Parallels on the new M1 Macs. Since Boot Camp is not currently supported on those Macs, it seems like VMs are the only solution for running Windows on them. But it got me thinking; what would prevent one from creating a bootable USB drive ..
Having a nightmare trying to install node GD (node sharp) on an M1 Mac mini. I install node sharp from source npm install sharp –build-from-source, and it fails on GD…. says it cannot find the GD C header file. ❯ npm install sharp at 12:26:24 > [email protected] install /Users/rob/project9/node_modules/node-gd > node-gyp rebuild CXX(target) Release/obj.target/node_gd/cpp/addon.o In ..
when I use clion to run a example code on C++Primer，I meet this problem： ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture arm64.I am using m1 mac，and the platform I run the code is clion.I guess the problem is because the istream ,but I don’t know how to slove it.enter image description here the problem is happened ..
When talking about multi-threading, it often seems like threads are treated as equal – just the same like the main thread, but running next to it. On some new processors however, such as the Apple M1 chip and the upcoming Intel Alder Lake series not all threads are equally as performant as these chips feature ..
I’ve been beating my head against a wall for the past week trying to get a project to compile on my M1 Mac Mini (macOS Big Sur 11.4). Posting here rather than as an issue on the project Github page because this seems like a general toolchain issue. (Side note, I was able to compile ..