Monday, August 6, 2018

RapidWeaver Sandboxing and Temporary Entitlements

Isaiah Carew:

You would not believe the amount of blood, sweat, and tears that went in to making RapidWeaver sandbox friendly.

To have the app store pull a Vader and change the deal afterwards is… well… it’s just crappy.

Dan Counsell:

What a surprise, Sandboxing is costing us countless days of development time and release setbacks as usual. Sandboxing is not a trivial task for pro apps with plugins. The App Store was not designed to support such apps.

Previously: Mac App Store Sandboxing, IAP Trials, Multiplatform Services.

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Man, that stinks. I don't have the hardware to run their apps anymore (maybe it's time to set up a hack Mac given my recent experience with importing iSight kext into Linux), but the Realmac team always seemed like good people to me. Pretty sure I first read about RapidWeaver on ATPM!!!! Flashback day for me apparently.

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