I’ve read in this thread that the Airtable
block CLI requires Node versions below 15. Unfortunately, I’m on an Apple Silicon Mac trying to help my fellow developer with a custom app project. As it turns out, as far as I can tell, Node 15 is the minimum that builds on Apple’s arm64 architecture. This in effect means that until
block is updated to support Node 15, I cannot help build custom apps. I have tried installing older versions of Node with NVM, and they fail to build. Is there any way that I can use
block with Node 15, or any idea of the timeline for it to be ready?
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While that ought to work, and so I may try that, it is not a permanent solution. The real solution is the
block command gaining Node 15 support, so I was wondering if anyone had a better sense of that timeline. I can run a command line via Rosetta 2, I just don’t consider that a great solution. Partly, in this case, that is because my VS Code is native ARM, and really its integrated terminal is where I’d need
block most. So while your suggestion is a valid workaround, I’d rather find a way to run this natively.