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@AbdullahDiaa Actually the live canary build available at https://www.postman.com/downloads/canary/ is not universal/native - you have to download the one specific M1 canary build linked in this thread, and it's very old at this point. I'd actually be pretty happy if there was an option to download an ARM build, similar to how the Windows canary build has 32-bit and 64-bit builds - and I assume this would be a prerequisite for eventually offering an M1 build of the non-canary version, which would also be nice, but I can live with being on canary for native performance. I just wish it were the live canary build, and not a "dead" one 😆
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remember there are alternatives over there
Unfortunately if your team/company has standardized on Postman, the switching costs are high. I'm in the camp of "still using the old M1 Canary version", myself, and I do hope eventually the Postman team builds universal binaries as part of their standard pipeline. I understand these things take time sometimes, but to the degree user feedback matters I guess I'd like to give this a +1 as a "paying" customer.
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See https://github.com/yonaskolb/Mint/issues/199, when installing and there's no parent dir for
MINT_PATH, the install fails with a somewhat inscrutable error message (it takes a little digging to figure out what's wrong).
It might be nice to have an error message if MINT_PATH doesn't exist and can't be created that gives the full path we expect to find, instead of just
Error: You don’t have permission to save the file “0.42.0” in the folder “build”.
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