SQLEditor and macOS 12/Monterey

This page gives information about SQLEditor and macOS 12/Monterey

This page will be updated as and when new information becomes available.

Last updated 21th October 2021

What is macOS 12/Monterey?

MacOS 12/Monterey is the latest version of macOS (Formerly Mac OS X).
It is the successor to the 11.0/Big Sur release

Will SQLEditor work on macOS 12/Monterey

We expect that it will work.

The final release of Monterey has not yet occurred, however we have tested SQLEditor with pre-release (beta) versions of Monterey and initial testing has not found any issues.

We intend to keep testing SQLEditor regularly as Monterey moves towards final release.

If any other issues be found, we intend to provide any fixes that are required.

Are there any known issues


1. Compatibility Warning

You may see a warning when opening SQLEditor for the first time:

"This app will not work with future versions of macOS and needs to be updated to improve compatibility."

This relates to the way SQLEditor uses python to support DJango export.

SQLEditor uses the system python to test if a Django install exists, but the system python is being deprecated.

We hope to have a fix for this shortly.


Does SQLEditor support Apple Silicon (ARM based) Macs on 12.0

we have a page on SQLEditor on Apple Silicon

Please report problems

If you are using SQLEditor on macOS 12/Monterey and find a problem please report it to us at support@malcolmhardie.com.

For more information about macOS 12/Monterey, please see Apple's website: https://www.apple.com/macOS/ or visit Wikipedia - macOS_Monterey

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Contact Us

To contact us with a support issue please email:

support@malcolmhardie.com