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|Page Name:||How To Sign Mac Binaries|
MacOS 10.15 "Catalina" won't run unsigned binaries by default, I am told. So precompiled programs, such as the precompiled Fossil binaries on this website, must be signed for maximum ease-of-use. Here are my notes on how to go about doing that, in general, gleaned from multiple documentation sources and experimentation.
Get an Apple Developer-ID. (Mine is "firstname.lastname@example.org").
Turn on 2FA on your Developer-ID
Install and run Xcode
Under Xcode/Preferences/Accounts, in the lower right-hand corner is a button for "Manage Certificates...". Click that button.
Click the "+" sign on the bottom left to get yourself a certificate.
Now you can sign binaries using a command like: "
codesign -s email@example.com fossil"
- Change "firstname.lastname@example.org" to your developer-id
- Change "fossil" to be the name of the executable you are trying to sign.
- You will get a GUI password prompt to authorize the signature