henshaw at me.com
Thu May 10 04:56:14 EDT 2012
Yes. Gatekeeper and the Mac App Store are two totally separate things, Ill just keep this reply back on the original Gatekeeper thread to avoid confusion.
Ive just been playing with gatekeeper signing this morning, took 15 minutes max to get the developer id from Appe, then sign an app successfully so gatekeeper accepted it.
Its quite simple, once you have your certificate and have double clicked to install it into your keychain, you create the app as usual in Livecode then run the the terminal command...
codesign -f -s "Developer ID Application: Developer Name" ./yourApp.app
You can then test the code sign is acceptable by running...
sudo spctl -a -v ./yourApp.app
On 10 May 2012, at 07:06, Peter Haworth wrote:
> I think you can sign your app without selling it through the Apple store,
> two differernt things
> lcSQL Software <http://www.lcsql.com>
> On Wed, May 9, 2012 at 7:32 PM, Kay C Lan <lan.kc.macmail at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, May 10, 2012 at 5:37 AM, Andrew Henshaw <henshaw at me.com> wrote:
>>> The MAS store does not offer a demo or trial version, people just buy
>>> If they want a demo they can go to your website and try that.
>>> I don't understand. I thought the origin of this post was to do with
>> GateKeeper and avoiding the hassle of it cautioning a user that your
>> software isn't to be trusted.
>> With what you've described, anyone who wants a demo or trial version has to
>> visit your site to download, in which case the file isn't signed and
>> GateKeeper will pop-up. Or did I miss something?
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