I'm beginning to entertain the possibility of a Mac port. It would be a ton of work, and I haven't decided yet, but I thought I'd open up a thread to discuss it. There is currently a project underway to create a user-written open source Mac/Linux version of the propeller IDE tool (http://forums.parallax.com/forums/default.aspx?f=25&m=298620
). If that tool gets polished enough to compile the Coyote-1 code base, then a Mac version of Workbench would start to become a viable idea. I just got my first Mac (well, first in a long long time anyway) so now I have a platform to do some investigation on.
So there first question is, how many folks out there reading this own Macs, don't own a Coyote-1, and would buy one if a Mac version of the IDE and Workbench became available?
If anyone out there is accomplished in Mac application programming and embedded design and interested in contributing to a Mac Workbench port effort, let me know.