Apple Silicon Support Comes to JetBrains MPS 2020.3.1
The new bug fix for MPS 2020.3.1 is here, and it comes with a special bonus for all Apple fans. You can now use MPS on Macs that have an M1 chip. To get started, download the installer for JetBrains MPS for Apple Silicon here or from the Toolbox App (in the Available for Apple M1 section). For the rest of the installers you can use our Download page. This bug fix also addresses a number of issues reported by the community.
If you use a MacBook Pro with an M1 chip, you may experience issues with the touch bar on a fresh MPS install. In this case, we suggest applying the following workaround:
$ mkdir ~/Library/Frameworks/nst.framework/ $ cd ~/Library/Frameworks/nst.framework/ $ ln -s path/to/mps/install/Contents/bin/libnst64.dylib nst
The problem is that some libraries aren’t loading properly, so you need to link an existing library file to the location where the platform code expects to find it. We are working to resolve this issue in the coming bug fixes.
Please don’t hesitate to report any problems you encounter to our issue tracker.
Have a great day!
Your JetBrains MPS team
The Drive to Develop
Subscribe to Blog updates
Thanks, we've got you!
MPS 2023.2 RC is out
Today we’re releasing the Release Candidate for MPS 2023.2. We have finished implementing all the major changes and features, and now we need your help. Please test it out properly on your projects and let us know if you encounter any bugs so we can be sure to fix them before the final release. DOWN…
The MPS 2023.2 EAP Has Started
Today we’re releasing the first EAP build for MPS 2023.2, which means the next major release is just around the corner. Test it out and let us know how the new features work for you. DOWNLOAD MPS 2023.2 EAP Here are some of the new features for you to try. Support for JUnit 5 Tests in MPS are now ge…
MPS 2021.3.3 Has Been Released
It’s never too late to improve old software! We’ve just backported two useful features from the latest MPS version all the way back to version 2021.3.3, which has just been released. MPS 2021.3.3 adopts one improvement that enhances the functionality of the overrides flag in the type system infere…
MPS 2022.2.1 Has Been Released
Since many MPS users are still using version 2022.2, we’re now releasing a gentle update with numerous fixes. The most prominent improvements are: There are no more lagging issues when migrating to MPS 2022.2. Inconsistent models stored with per root persistence no longer cause MPS to crash. …