[Vm-dev] Re: Mac + Cog - mouse clicks
siguctua at gmail.com
Fri Dec 24 02:51:40 UTC 2010
On 24 December 2010 03:41, John M McIntosh
<johnmci at smalltalkconsulting.com> wrote:
> Apple is moving towards code signing for all binaries. The impact of that on independent developers is unknown. However in order to distribute squeak or a cog vm via the os-x app store everything has to be signed. This includes the Vm and all the plugin binaries. One can choose to distribute outside the os-x app store, but I think? the community would like to see squeak and cog in the os-x store?
Well, i am new on the Mac field.
I hope Esteban having a developer license to sign our official
binaries in future, because i'm not in the mood of becoming a
I am just a hacker who passing by :)
> On 2010-12-23, at 6:30 PM, Igor Stasenko wrote:
>> On 24 December 2010 02:51, John M McIntosh
>> <johnmci at smalltalkconsulting.com> wrote:
>>> Oh and btw you'll need to look into the signing logic, I'm not quite sure where that gem of copy protection sits but don't be surprised if
>>> Apple pursues it a bit more aggressively...
>> well. i cut it out of my Cog on mac os.. because one don't needs a license.
>> On iOS does.. but Cog doesn't runs there :)
>> But correct me if i wrong.
>>> mmm other thoughts.
>>> The plugins *could* be just the raw binaries ala unix builds. The only reason they were bundles is because in early 2000 era we ran os-9 and os-x flavors.
>>> That could be all dropped, and maybe just forgo creating plugin bundles.
>> Thanks for details, i added an issue ticket to not forget this.
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