How to submit an OSX app with a COMMAND LINE helper in its bundle
So, I'm basically in the same situation that was discussed here BUT I can't apply the proposed solution because the helper app I'm building to add to my main app bundle it's a command line executable and its own XCode project doesn't have a bundle name, embedded.provisionfile nor entitlements. My app has been rejected two times by "not having that executable sandboxed". Well, the main app is sandboxed and the command line executable appears to be codesigned. If I run: $ codesign --display --verbose=4 ./myFile I get: Executable=/path/to/my/executable/myFile Identifier=myFile Format=Mach-O thin (i386) CodeDirectory v=20100 size=43918 flags=0x0(none) hashes=2188+5 location=embedded Hash type=sha1 size=20 CDHash=f28731c0d2482e0b0252efe0f1d33525a292f7c0 Signature size=4358 Authority=3rd Party Mac Developer Application: My name Authority=Apple Worldwide Developer Relations Certification Authority Authority=Apple Root CA Signed Time=08/02/2013 03:15:58 Info.plist=not bound Sealed Resources=none Internal requirements count=1 size=188 So I think the command is already signed. What's the proper method to sandbox and codesign this kind of file?.
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