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Mac Compiling Programs For macOS Unix from Linux

Aerogel91

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Oct 16, 2018
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South of Cupertino
First off, hello everyone. :) I'm too poor to own a Mac, but I'm still interested in porting cool Programs for all of you Macheads to enjoy (I mean that in a positive way). :) As my Profile states, I Program in many Languages, but I'm just starting on Swift. Is Swift the only way to make macOS-compatible Programs, or am I in Luck? :D It's nice to meet you all, and it's nice to finally be on these Forums. :)
 

rafark

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Sep 1, 2017
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You could buy an old 2008 or later mac for a few bucks if you just want to get started.
 
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okieiam

macrumors member
Dec 17, 2016
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Java is one of cross platform (not 100% though).
GNU toolchain pretty much portable to OS X too.
Or you'd better try hackintosh on your Computer.
As OS X sdk base on clang, you should try LLVM on linux?
 
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