Can Xcode create a command-line tool with a hardened runtime and containing an Info.plist? If so, how? Can this be done using clang from a makefile? Is this now required for codesigning and Notarization of command-line executables for distribution to systems running Catalina?
What is the proper way to create and distribute a makefile+clang compiled command-line binary tool so that Gatekeeper on a recipient's Mac running Catalina will allow the binary executable to run from the Terminal? Given I have a Developer ID, is there a way to Notarize some sort of container for the binary to allow the extracted command-line… Show more
So I stuffed the binary executable of my macOS command-line utility into a dmg file, and tried to notarize it. The first errors I got from notarization-info were: "message": "The binary is not signed with a valid Developer ID certificate.", "message": "The signature does not include a secure timestamp.", So I ran codesign on the…
I am developing VOIP calling app so now I am in the stage where I need to transfer the voice data to the server. For that I want to get Real time audio voice data from mic with 20 mili Seconds callbacks. I did searched many links but I am unable find solution as i am new to audio frameworks. Details We have our own stack like WebRTC which… Show more
My apps just use a circular buffer for audio samples, and just wait the buffer receives enough 512 (or whatever) size sample blocks from RemoteIO to fill the circular buffer with a total of 20 mS or more (or whatever amount is needed) of audio samples. Then the app can process or send the amount required by consuming from the circular buffer in…
Hello everyone. I wanted downgrade Catalina to Mojave. What I've done: 1. I created Mojave bootable flash. 2. Enter to recovery mode and erase main disk. 3. Next restarted Mac to boot from the flash. But system did't boot from flash. The system offered to "Starting Internet Recovery" from the WIFI. After the download progress reached 100%,… Show more
I got the 9000F error when trying a cmd option shift R Mojave downgrade from Catalina beta as well.. To get rid of the error, I connected the MacBook Pro with T2 to a wired Ethernet connection via a USB dongle. That allowed me to use Disk Utility and enter enough passwords to erase the SSD during a command R recovery mode reboot. That then…
Is there a version of Xcode available that supports the iOS 12.3 SDK? The App store and developer.apple.com only have 10.2.1
We are now required to provide screenshots from 6.5" devices: the XR or the XS Max. Someone convince me this isn't Apple milking their developers to move poor-selling devices. It sure seems like that's what it is.
The 6.5" Xs Max displays almost the same thing as an iPhone X, except zoomed up by just over 10%. So you can get the correct screenshot size for the Xs Max using any photo editor, including the Preview app that comes with macOS. And you can get 5.5" 8 Plus screenshots by doing something similar with iPhone 8 screenshots. Or just use take…
We are using Bm20 Bluetooth module in core bluetooth this device not showing when we are scanning for devices how we connect tne Bm20 device in xcode programmitically how we communicate that bm20 is any way to connect that BM20 module by using app
Do macOS command-line binaries need to be Notarized? And if so, how?
> How is your command-line tool distributed? Currently, as a bare executable inside a .tar.gz or .zip archive from a non-https web server. (The very old-fashioned ways, as it's the command-line version of Chipmunk Basic, with line numbers even.) Or sometimes inside a .dmg, alongside a man page and a Notarized macOS Cocoa app.
Am I wrong here or does a new project created with Xcode 10.2, not support the new requirements? Just created a new project and I see under Valid Architecture arm64, arm64e, armv7, armv7s. I thought armv7, armv7s were the 32bit architectures Apple was trying to get us off of.
What's your Deployment Target setting? IIRC, iOS 10 (and earlier) runs on 32-bit ARM architecture devices. Thus apps deployed to iOS 10, even if built with the iOS 12.2 SDK, need to include support for 32-bit devices, unless, perhaps, your plist includes other more specific requirements (metal, etc.).
My account is showing zero downloads for March 29th and March 30th. This seems to be a monthly accurrence. Anyone else having the same problem?
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3rd-Gen iPad Pro has USB-C connector. I want to access USB device by PTP/MTP protocol through USB-C wired connection. If you know any Framework or API to realize it, please let me know. I couldn't find it in Apple Developer Documentation. https://developer.apple.com/documentation/ Thank you.
The easiest method I've found to interface an iPad with a generic USB peripheral (not listed in HT209186) is via a Raspberry Pi. I plug the USB device into the Pi, run a server that talks to the appropriate USB driver and serves the data from the peripheral using a network connection to the iOS device. (I currently have an app that uses just…