daniel at prowestech.com
Thu Sep 20 12:32:01 PDT 2012
I've deployed to the App Store without issue. Are you using the --embed
argument for the Deployment target?
On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 11:47 AM, Robert Carl Rice <rice.audio at pobox.com>wrote:
> The silence is defening!
> Is anyone able to get a compiled and sandboxed MacRuby project accepted to
> the App Store?
> If I understand how macruby_deploy works then it seems that it is trying
> to duplicate a lot of work that Xcode does by post-processing an Xcode
> application package. It also seems to me that it would solve my problem it
> I could include a source code bundle for the macruby runtime in my project
> so that Xcode would build it correctly with sandboxing enabled. Then I
> would need an option for macruby_deploy to not overwrite the executable,
> or, better yet, a macruby pre-compiler that I could invoke from the Xcode
> "Build Rules". Then I wouldn't need to run macruby_deploy and the build
> should even run faster since code signing would only run once.
> So what don't I understand about macruby_deploy?
> Bob Rice
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