archinfo v0.4.0 Released

My archinfo utility is a small macOS command line application that displays process id, name, and architecture (arm64 or x86_64). Version 0.4.0 adds the following capabilities: Added –x86 (-x short option) to have archinfo only show x86_64 processes Added –arm (-a short option) to have archinfo only show arm64 processes Added –basename (-b short option)… Continue reading

Retrieve Process Run-time Architecture on Apple Silicon Macs On The Command Line with `archinfo`

Apple M1/Apple Silicon/arm64 macOS can run x86_64 programs via Rosetta and most M1 systems currently (~March 2021) very likely run a mix of x86_64 and arm64 processes. Activity Monitor can show the architecture: but command line tools such as ps and top do not due to Apple hiding the details of the proper sysctl() incantations… Continue reading

Bringing R to Swift on macOS

Over Christmas break I teased some screencaps: A more refined #rstats #swift "SwiftR" example. Simple Image view + some text views, a color picker and a button that runs R-in-Swift code (like {reticulate} does for Python in R) Note no ssd/hd storage round-trip for the plot. Code snippet: — Caliban's War (@hrbrmstr) December… Continue reading

RSwitch 1.7.0 Has Been Released

I (and, apparently, Gandalf O_o) are pleased to announce that RSwitch version 1.7.0 has been released. (Direct Download) RSwitch is a macOS menubar utility that: makes it dead simple to manage multiple macOS R versions use the latest RStudio daily builds access remote RStudio Server sessions using in a purpose-built browser that lets you use… Continue reading