Resources folder on mac, and the good old days
David V Glasgow
dvglasgow at gmail.com
Mon Mar 29 05:50:05 EDT 2021
I am following this with interest because, as I have previously lamented, I would like to give away apps to colleagues without the huge, incomprehensible headache of certificates, signing and notarising etc.
I want to make absolutely sure that I understand it correctly, that a player app which was enabled to run on a machine (either by user or the more formal method) could be designed to list and run any number of stacks distributed as stacks, and placed in a designated folder or sub folder.
If correct, doesn’t that:
A/ Enable distribution and updating of any LC ‘app’ simply by the prospective user dropping it into the correct folder? (AKA ‘the good old days')
B/ Undermine the fundamental intention of certification in the first place? (Personally, I would trust Livecoders, and indeed often run posted stacks without a second thought, but what if Richmond* went over to the dark side?)
* Selected not because I think he might, but because the idea is amusing
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