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@eternalstorms Excited to try the app for my documentation.

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Mailtitude: Take Apple Mail to the Next Level: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/09/3…

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Omni’s IAP Trials and Upgrade Discounts: mjtsai.com/blog/2016/09/3…

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Somehow ended up with a rogue bash process burning CPU in _sigtramp … _os_unfair_lock_recursive_abort.

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@grynspan @jamesthomson Haha. To be clear, I have no problem with the missing macOS space. It’s the one before the paren that bugs me.

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@owensd I don’t think so because what matters is the signing of the process loading the bundle.

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@grynspan @danielpunkass Appreciate the clarifications and dialog. Thanks.

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@grynspan @danielpunkass Seems like can’t reliably tell whether a document can be opened, without actually opening it.

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@lapcatsoftware Sounds like Apple removed a rule that prevented time-limited trials. twitter.com/natbro/status/…

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@grynspan @danielpunkass This is what I meant about app being presented an inconsistent view. Can open w/ app but can't know name or icon.

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@grynspan @danielpunkass But if app asks the system to open a document, it could open using an app that’s not accessible. Right?

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With all this talk about sandboxing, what’s the state of the art for sandboxed unit tests? So can test accurately… stackoverflow.com/q/19426083/6311

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@danielpunkass @grynspan Yes, so obvious to me that it should be doing that, I assumed it already was.

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@grynspan @danielpunkass No, but the APIs should provide the app a consistent view of the world.

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@danielpunkass @grynspan Seems like in a sandboxed context the app returned from LS would not necessarily be the one actually used.

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@danielpunkass @grynspan Yes. One of my use cases is to display the app name/icon of the app that *would* open a given document.

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@grynspan @danielpunkass For example, seems reasonable to give you an icon and open docs with a signed app that you can’t read yourself.

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@grynspan @danielpunkass And that was safe b/c you couldn’t do anything bad with it, only ask system to do certain limited things for you.

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@grynspan @danielpunkass I previously (erroneously, I guess) thought LS was returning cached data from a process that had higher access.

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@grynspan @danielpunkass I was just trying to get you to confirm the behavior.

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