[PD] [hidraw] pre Deken release. was:(Reading/writing a HID device current best practice?)
lucarda27 at hotmail.com
Tue Oct 11 19:12:22 CEST 2022
Thanks for sharing this. I'll be digging about ` you need an Apple
Developer account (and Apple ID to sign up for one)`. If there's no
workaround about the us$100 i'll be giving up notarizing builds. Do you
know of a way to not send money to the thieves (if i'm not mistaken) ?
or to put it in another way:
if I don't codesign/notarize the builds: is just that users have an
"open anyway" dialog? or is it a total "show stopper" that quits Pd?
Which way should I go without the $100 ?
Mensaje telepatico asistido por maquinas.
On 11/10/2022 12:55, Dan Wilcox wrote:
> Howdy Lucas,
> I have the makefiles working but realize now I need to do some
> refactoring to better handle non-app bundles like dylib libraries.
> Apparently the notarization process is a little different. In any
> case, you can check them out for now but I will be working on them
> Yes, you need an Apple Developer account (and Apple ID to sign up for
> one) in order to create the certificates for code signing as well as
> notarization. The overview is in the readme.
> The notarization process for dylibs appears to be:
> * build the dylibs (in our case pd externals)
> * codesign them
> * notarize them (upload to Apple notarization server)
> * package them into a disk image .dmg
> * sign the dmg
> * staple the dmg with the notarization ticket
> Distributing via zip will not work in this case because the zip cannot
> be signed like a dmg.
> I think it might make sense for us to make a Makefile.pdlibnotarizer
> or something similar.
> I also have a separate repo with example programs (Cocoa,
> openFrameworks, console + dylib) for testing, but it's not ready yet.
> I managed to get the dylib signed this morning which is when I found
> out my assumptions for the whole process are different between apps
> and libs. :(
>> On Oct 11, 2022, at 4:48 PM, Lucas Cordiviola <lucarda27 at hotmail.com>
>> @ Dan
>> I'm back on my "machines home". I did:
>> xcrun notarytool
>> and I got its help options.
>> Do I need an `apple developer` account ?
>> I don't even have an `apple id`.
>> How should I proceed? do I wait for your script? do i get my `apple id`?
>> I'm sure I'm not the only one willing to provide arm64 builds
>> (pd-porres has already inquired me on this).
> Dan Wilcox
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