[macOS] Notarization, hardened runtimes, LCB, and executables
merakosp at gmail.com
Thu Feb 6 16:21:45 EST 2020
Very useful post Trevor, thank you.
Can you confirm that the notarized standalone does NOT open in Mac OSX
I could not find this info in the Apple official docs, but I believe this
is the case.
Unfortunately my old mac that ran OSX 10.10 has been upgraded to High
Sierra, so I cannot test it myself.
On Thu, Feb 6, 2020, 21:52 Trevor DeVore via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 6, 2020 at 12:12 PM David V Glasgow via use-livecode <
> use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
> > I have to say that this fills me with despair. I try hard to write
> > serious, useful programs, for fellow professionals, but I am not a
> > developer by trade or training. I have a full time job, which subsidises
> > my time using LC
> > The beauty of LC (and Metacard before it) has always been how amazingly
> > easy it is to write something genuinely useful and share it with others,
> > pretty much irrespective of platform. I used to just share with
> > via DropBox.
> > Now I look at an app I have developed and realise I have neither the time
> > or technical ability to navigate through certification and notarization.
> > Is this the beginning of the end for enthusiast developers?
> I don't see a reason why these new complexities (at least most) can't be
> hidden from most users. LC already hides all sorts of things from us that
> we don't want to know anything about. Code signing and entitlements aren't
> tricky problems to address, at least once you understand the problem. But
> it will take time to do the research, design a UI, hook up the UI, and
> write the underlying code.
> Trevor DeVore
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