6.1.3 incompatible with 10.9 sandboxing

John john at onechip.com
Mon Dec 2 05:59:17 EST 2013


   Now I am totally confused.  Perhaps I should have gone with the naming conventions of Mavericks (OS 10.9) and Mountain Lion (OS 10.8).  One point of confusion I should perhaps clear up is that App Wrapper is a product of Ohanaware and Sam is the very helpful owner of the company.

   With that cleared up, does anyone have a suggestion?  I put together a quick test stack that uses Applescript to replace “ask file” (Sam’s suggestion) that seems to work.  I don’t know if this will pass muster with Apple however.  Has anyone tries using [do script as “Applescript”] where script is the appropriate applescript, and managed to get it accepted by Apple?

Thanks,
John 


On Dec 1, 2013, at 11:56 PM, Richmond <richmondmathewson at gmail.com> wrote:

> On 02/12/13 08:43, John wrote:
>> Hi,
>> 
>>    I have gone around in circles for a couple of days and it appears that something has changed when code signing and sandboxing.  This is happening under OS 10.9.
>> 
>>    I am using App Wrapper to code sign and sandbox my app.  The app works as expected before I sign it.  After I sign it there are major issues when I attempt to open a save dialog using “ask file”.  At first I though it was an OS version issue (10.9 versus 10.8.5).
> 
> I know this is OT, but why is Mac OS 9 described as 10.8.5 ? Obviously other people than RunRev are confused as to how to number software releases.
> 
> Richmond.
> 
>>   It isn’t.  Sam at Ohanaware has been very helpful but there doesn’t seem to be anything wrong on his end.  This seems to have something to do with sandboxing.
>> 
>>    Does anybody know if working under 10.8.5 will solve this issue?  Is anyone else seeing this issue?  Any suggestions would be very welcome.  Help...
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> John
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