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Do python calls run native on M1?

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Robert
Robert on 11 Mar 2022
Answered: Vaibhav on 29 Dec 2023
Ok, so 2022a release still only runs via rosetta 2, no native support for m1 -- huge dissapointment. My question is, more to verify, if I call Python using in-process will it also run via rosetta? How about out-of-process calls?
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Vaibhav
Vaibhav on 29 Dec 2023
Hi Robert
In case of MATLAB R2022a, when calling Python in-process from MATLAB, it operates within the MATLAB process. As MATLAB is under Rosetta 2, the Python code also executes under Rosetta 2.
And when calling Python out-of-process, it initiates a separate Python process. This process can run natively on M1 hardware on ensuring compatibility of python libraries for ARM execution.
Beginning with the MATLAB R2023b release, MATLAB offers native support for Apple Silicon.
You can refer to the following MathWorks documentation links to know more about directly calling python functionality from MATLAB and out of process execution:
You can refer to the following MathWorks documentation link to know more about versions of python compatible with MATLAB products by release:
Hope this helps!

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