this is probably mostly directed at René in his role as president of the RexxLA: would it be
possible to get a MacOSX signing key for RexxLA such that we can digitially sign the BSF4ooRexx
packages for MacOSX?
Cf. the discussion below from the Apache Open Office developoer list, which I follow due to the
AOO/LO support supplied in BSF4ooRexx.
-------- Original Message --------
Subject: Re: AOO 3.4.1 and Mountain Lion support?
Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2012 20:51:33 -0400
From: Michael Acevedo
To: ooo-dev@... <ooo-dev@...>
Hello to Rob and all developers,
I have been testing out Mountian Lion since 2 months ago and you can install and run AOO on it. The only thing that prevents AOO from running is the gatekeeper feature which now requires a certificate from Apple to be marked in a white-list in the OS. However, this can be easily worked around in the time being by going into the Applications folder and control click OpenOffice. This will call a menu that will have an Open option. The user must click this option and when the warning dialog appears click OK.
Hope this helps.
Michael J. Acevedo
Sent from my iPhone
On Jul 26, 2012, at 6:20 PM, Donald Harbison <dpharbison@...> wrote:
> On Thursday, July 26, 2012, Raphael Bircher wrote:
>> Am 26.07.12 20:26, schrieb Larry Gusaas:
>>> On 2012-07-26 12:02 PM Rob Weir wrote:
>>>> Has anyone upgraded yet and tried installing 3.4.0 or 3.4.1? I heard
>>>> that having a digital signature is now required. Is that true? Any
>>>> workarounds? Anything we should put in the release notes about
>>>> Mountain Lion?
>>> Haven't upgraded, my Mac is too old for Mountain Lion.
>>> However, Mountain Lion has a new feature, Gatekeeper.
>>> It has three levels of security options for downloading Apps. For a way
>>> to install unsigned Apps see this article:
>>> It would be best if AOO signed their Apps.
>>> Is 10.8 allready out? I could update a mashine if realy needed.
> Yes. It's out here in the U.S.