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Possible Eternity Engine for Mac invalid code signature?

Posted: Sat May 21, 2016 13:55
by printz
I just tried opening a development build of Eternity for Mac, and I was promptly told by OSX to move it to trash (because it can't be opened), even when I fully disabled GateKeeper. I'm thinking that, ever since I enrolled in the Mac Developer Program and managed to code-sign all my Mac programs, the signature remained even in the builds maintained by Blzut3, but since he's a different user, he obtains invalidly signed programs. Maybe I'm totally wrong… In any case, I believe there's a need for the dev build maintainer to either (1) modify the code signature to his or her account (if he or she has anything of the sort) or (2) release totally unsigned builds, which will work anyway for any user who fully disables GateKeeper, or just bypasses security using the right click menu.

Re: Possible Eternity Engine for Mac invalid code signature?

Posted: Tue Aug 22, 2017 8:44
by printz
I see that the latest development builds for macOS date by January this year. But I recently removed the code-signing from the master branch, so you should no longer have trouble uploading valid app bundles.

If it's too difficult for you to fix it, can you please PM me the connection details and the scripts you're using? Ideally I'd just continue using the same scripts, just fixed, to minimize the time spent and the risk of mistakes.

The risk is that I only have a laptop, which is not always on, so unfortunately the builds may no longer be daily. Maybe it would be better to send the fixes to you? Yet anyway, I use my laptop frequently and the least I can do is automate that in a similar way to how other services e.g. time machine work.

Re: Possible Eternity Engine for Mac invalid code signature?

Posted: Sat Sep 09, 2017 18:37
by Blzut3
I'll check the status next week when I'm back in VA.

Re: Possible Eternity Engine for Mac invalid code signature?

Posted: Wed Sep 13, 2017 3:47
by Blzut3
Should be unblocked now.