Would Parallels work fine? Boot camp? Is there a way to get an older windows for free or do I just have to buy windows 10 as well?
I just use bootcamp
If you’re feeling a little adventurous or don’t have Parallels, you can install Qt on your Mac, get the Linux source files, and then compile the code.
This is how I run Ackmaniac’s version on my Mac, and it works like a charm. Installing Qt was a minor struggle, but otherwise it was fine. It took me about 20 minutes to figure out.
I don’t have time right now to write up the instructions, but maybe someone else does or if there’s interest I can draft something up later.
None, @rpasichnyk has US, mac users, covered.
If you only want to use Windows for the VESC Tool, you probably don’t need to buy it. You can download a virtual machine image with Windows from Microsoft for free: https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/downloads/virtual-machines
But as @squad said, there’s really no need for Windows. You can run the VESC Tool natively on your Mac.
Thank you. Works perfectly. Now to figure out how to use it
What Mac are you running it on? 2016 and younger?