#742 Set the Bundle Identifier for Mac OS X builds

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Saurav Ghosh
Mac OS X (1)
1
2014-03-09
2014-03-07
Mark Clayton
No

I attached 4 patches against the .plist files under Xcode directory. The patches replace the default bundle ID (com.yourcompany) with "org.pwsafe". The bundle ID shows up in a number of place in the Mac OS so having this set makes for a better user experience (imho).

The change to each file is simply:

  • <string>com.yourcompany.${PRODUCT_NAME:rfc1034identifier}</string>
  • <string>org.pwsafe.${PRODUCT_NAME:rfc1034identifier}</string>

Thanks, Mark

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  • Saurav Ghosh
    Saurav Ghosh
    2014-03-09

    Thanks! I have merged them with the repository.

     
  • Rony Shapiro
    Rony Shapiro
    2014-03-09

    Marking as closed.

     
  • Rony Shapiro
    Rony Shapiro
    2014-03-09

    • Description has changed:

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     I attached 4 patches against the .plist files under Xcode directory. The patches replace the default bundle ID (com.yourcompany) with "org.pwsafe". The bundle ID shows up in a number of place in the Mac OS so having this set makes for a better user experience (imho).
    
     The change to each file is simply:
    
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    • assigned_to: Saurav Ghosh