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  1. Hi David, I did not have much luck with cmake approach. William
  2. Managed to run SystemC on new Apple M1 silicon, following are the steps 1. modify configure file, add the following code highlighted in red # check CPU architecture case ${target_cpu} in #( x86_64|amd64) : TARGET_ARCH="${TARGET_ARCH}64" CPU_ARCH="x86_64" QT_ARCH="x86_64" ;; #( x*86|i*86) : CPU_ARCH="i386" QT_ARCH="iX86" ;; #( powerpc64) : TARGET_ARCH="${TARGET_ARCH}ppc64" CPU_ARCH="ppc64" QT_ARCH="pthreads" ;; #( powerpc) : TARGET_ARCH="${TARGET_ARCH}ppc" CPU_ARCH="ppc" QT_ARCH="powerpc-apple-macosx" ;; #( arm) : TARGET_ARCH="${TARGET_ARCH}arm" CPU_ARCH="arm64" QT_ARCH="pthreads" ;; #( *) : as_fn_error $? "\"sorry...architecture not supported\"" "$LINENO" 5 ;; 2. install g++ using homebrew brew install gcc 3. setting CXX and point to the homebrew g++-11 in step 2, run configure export CXX=g++-11 ./configure 4. make all 5. make check I would like to encourage others to share their experience of porting systemC to this new mac silicon.
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