Given that Apple have paid Arm the big complement of using Arm cores in Apple silicon when will Arm reciprocate by creating a version of Keil that will run on Apple silicon?
Am I wrong in thinking this makes some form of sense!
For now, only windows OS is supported by Keil IDE products:
As a workaround solution in the near future, you may install virtual machine software like https://www.parallels.com/uk/products/desktop/ on your M1 based Mac, so that you can install Keil IDEs in the windows OS running in VM of your Mac
Just keep in mind - an MDK installation within Parallels officially is not supported by Keil,
see also: https://developer.arm.com/documentation/ka002387/latest
It looks like Microsoft have withdrawn the ARM64 versions of windows 10 from their insider program, required for Keil. However even if I was able to install 10, wouldn't I need a version of Keil that supported ARM64? However I'm thinking, that perhaps like Rosetta2 from Apple, Microsoft have some translation support.
However it does feel rather strange that Keil doesn't support ARM based platforms. So looks like I'm scuppered for the time being.
I have an installation of window 11 (ARM64) flying! on my mac, any idea when a version of Keil supporting window 11 is likely?
Came across this here…
IDEs that natively run on Apple M1 are still somewhat rare.
Some can run via Rosetta2 emulation, some not at all.
The one that popped up quite often when Google for it:
SEGGER Embedded Studio
Does anyone know any other IDE, except vanilla Eclipse?