Is there a plan to rewrite the source code to be compatible with Python 3?
I’ve recompiled ArgyllCMS to arm64 successfully but since DisplayCAL is written in Python 2 I cannot compile it to support Apple M1 natively as the earliest version of Python that officially supports it is 3.9.1.
The underlying dependencies work fine with Python 3 so there’s no issue there AFAIK.
EDIT: there is an issue with pip not compiling wxPython correctly. The configure script finds homebrew libtiff so disables –with-libtiff=builtin but fails to include the homebrew header file. I manually created a workaround for that though several files in sip/cpp/sip_core* won’t link as it’s still trying to build for x86_64. The resulting wheel is somewhat functional though I’m not sure what effect the unlinked files have.
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