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Have you managed to run JPS pro on an M1 mac??

Jerome IDYLLE
Hi,

I have a mac book pro M1 and it's really a pain to run a ruby project on it.

I met issues with lots of gem (ffi, noticed, msgpack-1.4.5...) 
Error: (mach-o file, but is an incompatible architecture (have 'x86_64', need 'arm64e')))...

I bought a JPS to avoid configuration problems and it's a headache to try all the solutions on the web (Rosetta, ruby version...) without any real success.

I know it's not a specific JPS problem, but give me some hope.

Has anyone had success getting JPS started with an M1 mac? If yes, how?

Thanks very much.
Emir Vatric
This video helped me set up the env, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Apsu5zRLsdc

Jerome IDYLLE
Thank you Emir.
Colin McGowan
Well, I have the basic server up and running. I was having the same errors.

It seems to me that it is a case of pre-existing gems being one architecture and some being another. So all the gems info has to be purged from your system.
This uninstalls the gems ( this is someone else's code that seems to feed installed gem names to uninstall ).

gem list --no-versions | xargs -n1 gem uninstall -a

Then it needs to be cleaned with.
bundle clean --force         

I had a couple of extra gems to add that were no longer standard in rails 7 ( net/smtp and matrix ) but my project is a little dusty.

Once I got that done rails s gave me a running server on an M1 Mac Mini.

Jerome IDYLLE
Hi,

I have a mac book pro M1 and it's really a pain to run a ruby project on it.

I met issues with lots of gem (ffi, noticed, msgpack-1.4.5...) 
Error: (mach-o file, but is an incompatible architecture (have 'x86_64', need 'arm64e')))...

I bought a JPS to avoid configuration problems and it's a headache to try all the solutions on the web (Rosetta, ruby version...) without any real success.

I know it's not a specific JPS problem, but give me some hope.

Has anyone had success getting JPS started with an M1 mac? If yes, how?

Thanks very much.
Emir Vatric
This video helped me set up the env, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Apsu5zRLsdc

Jerome IDYLLE
Thank you Emir.
Colin McGowan
Well, I have the basic server up and running. I was having the same errors.

It seems to me that it is a case of pre-existing gems being one architecture and some being another. So all the gems info has to be purged from your system.
This uninstalls the gems ( this is someone else's code that seems to feed installed gem names to uninstall ).

gem list --no-versions | xargs -n1 gem uninstall -a

Then it needs to be cleaned with.
bundle clean --force         

I had a couple of extra gems to add that were no longer standard in rails 7 ( net/smtp and matrix ) but my project is a little dusty.

Once I got that done rails s gave me a running server on an M1 Mac Mini.

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