I can only speak for ST, but I'll do my best to keep supporting macOS for as long as I can. It's just a pity that the little time and money I have that was spent on contending with Apple's shenanigans could have instead been spent on fixing bugs and adding features.cytan299 wrote:Hi developers,
I'm really sorry to hear that it is getting so difficult to develop on Mac OS. I have used Windows, Linux (Ubuntu) and Mac OS. (I started, from the usual DOS universe, to BSD and AIX. I programmed in C++ which was still a twinkle in Bjarne Stroustrup's eye with Cfront) IMO, Windows is the *worst* OS ever made and I cannot use it without attempting to smash the computer. So, I hope that things get better on the Mac. I assume that the Apple developers have complained. If not, please do! I hope that ST will continue on the Mac, it'll be really annoying to move to Linux to run ST.
As for WIndows. Yeah, I moved to Linux 10 years ago and haven't looked back.That said, if you need to run the Adobe suite, Office, etc. then Windows 10 especially has come a long way (shame about the incessant spying/phoning home though). There is always VMs as well I suppose (though Apple will not allow you to run macOS in a VM, unless the hardware is from Apple too).
DISCLAIMER: much of the above is my personal opinion and probably wrong...