iOS codesigning

Dave Kilroy dave at applicationinsight.com
Fri Jan 31 22:19:46 CET 2014


Hi Alain

I had a nasty case of something similar about a year ago - and in the end
solved it by accident by deleting the login keychain (I knew I could get it
back) - and once it was out of the way I could see the extra certificate in
the system keychain

It is very likely that I didn't need to get rid of the login keychain (which
I got back again) and maybe only needed to change some setting in 'view'
perhaps - the problem certificate was an expired certificate...

This is a link to a conversation which includes good advice from Colin
Holdgate, Andre Garzia and many others, including a description of how I
blundered my way out of trouble.
http://runtime-revolution.278305.n4.nabble.com/iOS-standalone-what-to-do-about-code-signing-failures-td4658701i20.html#a4658857

Good luck and I hope you find that naughty certificate!

Kind regards

Dave



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