64-bit and macOS version.

Because I continue to work on my software.

While working on my software, I have to keep my software up to date to the most recent version of macOS. The latest releases of my software tends to focus on OS X El Capitan , macOS Sierra, macOS High Sierra and soon macOS Mojave.

A bit of history :

– OS X 10.11 El Capitan was released on September 30, 2015.
– macOS 10.12 Sierra was released to the public on September 20, 2016.
– macOS 10.13 High Sierra was released to the public on September 25, 2017.

And soon :

The fall release of macOS 10.14 Mojave was announced on June 4, 2018 at Apple’s WWDC event. And most of all, Mojave will be „the last release to support 32-bit at all

Official note :

At the WWDC State of the Union event, following the announcement of macOS Mojave (macOS 10.14) in the keynote earlier in the day, Apple vice president of software Sebastien Marineau revealed Mojave will be „the last release to support 32-bit at all.“

software for macosx and macos by rbcafe

Actually and concerning my software :

– Crypt : 32-bit (min : 10.7)
– Cryptext : 64-bit (min : 10.11)
– Cryptix : 32-bit (min : 10.7.4)
– ECM : 32-bit (min : 10.6.6)
– Hash : 64-bit (min : 10.11)
– Inventaire : 64-bit (min : 10.11)
– Outguess : 64-bit (min : 10.11)
– Review Sherlock : 64-bit (min : 10.11)
– Time Up : 32-bit (min : 10.8)
– Tracking : 64-bit (min : 10.11)
– Voice : 32-bit (min : 10.8)
– Wedding Planner : 32-bit (min : 10.8)
– Worktime : 64-bit (min : 10.11)
– Yang : 64-bit (min : 10.11)
– Zen : 64-bit (min : 10.11)

The focus on my work is clearly defined :

– Crypt
– Cryptix
– ECM
– Time Up
– Voice
– Wedding Planner

And now ?

– I rewrite all my software alone.
– All the software that I created with a min 10.11 will be pushed to a min 10.12 when Mojave will be released.
– I continue to work on my software to make them 64-bit compliant.
– I’ll push the 64-bit version on a free version if there is no solution with Apple (It means for example that Cryptix will be free and released via Cask, MacUpdate, etc…)

MacOS survey