Could you tell us what time you expect to release Linqpad 8 as well as if it is supported by M1 silicon chips of apple? Or do you have any plan that Linqpad 7 runs on mac os?
LINQPad 8 is scheduled for end of 2023, so it's early days with feature planning. In terms of supporting M1 silicon, this is not simply a matter of enabling a compiler switch, because LINQPad is built on the WPF and WinForms .NET libraries, which are still not cross-platform.
@JoeAlbahari Where does Linqpad use WPF? (Just out of curiosity)
The debugger is WPF, as are some of the dialogs (such as the NuGet package manager). The rest is mostly WinForms.
I read somewhere you were considering Maui for the cross-platform version of Linqpad. I just ported a big app from WPF to a framework called Avalonia. I can really recommend this. It's a lot more production-ready than Maui.