REAL Software today announced that REALbasic will add support for Mac OS X on Intel processors, announced at WWDC yesterday. The company says that most applications will require nothing but a simple re-compile, with no code changes at all, as REALbasic is cross-platform by design. REALbasic’s cross-platform compiler has supported the Intel processor since 1999 and will soon support the creation of Mac OS X applications. It will be included in both REALbasic Standard and Professional Editions. The company also says the will continue to support the creation of Macintosh applications for the PowerPC processor.