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Hi! Unfortunately I do not have access to a Mac, so I can't test the editor. However, as @JasonGlazer mentioned, it's built with Python and PySide, which both should work on any platform. You would need to be familiar with Python in order to install it at this time however (, etc).

I have recently gotten the editor working with modern versions of Python (3.7) and PySide2 (5.13), which are more easily installable so I expect that it will also work via Pip when I get it posted on PyPI. Also, because BitBucket has announced the end of support for mercurial, I will be migrating things to git (and likely github), where I can take advantage of some automated built tools more easily. This should allow me to make proper installers in a more stable way.