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M1 chip native support

First of all, thank you very much for the great, convenient product. I have used SourceTree for a long time and I think will use it in the future.

Apple released computers with M1 chip, based on ARM architecture. As I see, you application built for Intel architecture and requires Rosetta 2 to be run on M1. There's no problems with it, but applications with native ARM support works better. Do you plan to release a special version for M1 (and next generation ARM based chips from Apple)?

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did you choose the correct JDK ? 


my question is not related to Java. My only suggestion to the developers is to build SorceTree product targeting for ARM architecture. From my point of view, it should not take much efforts, but I may be wrong. (If application contains private x86_64 built libraries without source code it is not possible)

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