Downloaded the Keepass2.20.1 for iMac from http://keepass2.openix.be/
The package contents contains a zero byte large application
It is done!!! Thanks you so much for your prompt help.
We have reworked the installation process for KeePass 2.20.1, which is now handled by a packagemaker installer. Please keep in mind (10.8) users that you will still receive a warning when GateKeeper is enabled, for that we need to sign the application with a certificate and that requires and Apple developer ID (annual fee: 99$) which is against the philosophy of open source software. However when we receive enough donations, we will buy a developer id and sign, so that you can keep your mac secure with GateKeeper.
One of the coming weeks we will bundle the KeePass mono application, so that it runs standalone without the mono requirement, once we have reworked the interface to Cocoa, X11 of Xquartz is no longer needed.
Work in progress ;-)
thank you for the effort!
USD 33.- donated.
Please send donations for the Mac OS X package directly to Nico; the PayPal link can be found on http://keepass2.openix.be/ . The donation links on http://keepass.info/donate.html are for general donations to KeePass, not specific to the Mac OS X package.
@Hans-Jörg: I'll forward your donation to Nico.
Thanks and best regards,
$10 donated for the developer ID. I still can't run Keepass 2.20.1. I'm on OSX 10.8.2 and have installed X11 (XQuartz 2.7.4) and Mono (3.0.6). After I reboot, Keepass will start but as soon as I try to navigate to open a .kdbx file, it crashes. Thereafter it doesn't even start.