An M1 is a Soc, that's much more than only th cpu.
Yes, of course, and it's not the only. In fact most modern compact devices are almost same, in this context - SoC (System on Chip)! Is this make them less ARM?! Again, rhetorical question. Almost all ARM devices are SoC!
While this build technically **works** for M1 Macs, ie, you can launch the app, and stuff will sync in your Dropbox folder, there's lots of issues. First issue I've noticed is that copying anything in to a shared folder via the Finder just results in a copy dialog sitting there forever, saying it's going to copy, but never actually doing it. Copying to the folder via the terminal works OK, and the files do sync. But it seems Finder integration isn't fully baked.
Tested on M1 Macbook Air and M1 Mac mini. Build v112.3.254
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