Mac Toolchain is Unsigned?


(Rainer Brockerhoff) #1

FWIW, version 1.1.5 and up of my RB App Checker Lite
(http://brockerhoff.net/RB/AppCheckerLite) now can show signatures for
this type of package, too.

Enjoy,

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On 25/12/15 15:00 , swift-users-request@swift.org wrote:

Date: Fri, 25 Dec 2015 09:43:31 -0800
From: Dmitri Gribenko <gribozavr@gmail.com>
To: swizzlr <me@swizzlr.co> Cc:
Message-ID: <CA+Y5xYe001pWgacNRxB9seojwEFcboAsKMDykp8DbN0nH24ypw@mail.gmail.com>

>

While I wait for the rest of the family to arrive and the kids
are slowly going insane staring at presents, I’m doing some Swift
dev. However, I note that the latest Mac snapshot is unsigned –
has it always been this way? The installer displays the lock, but
I have to option-click on the package to actually get it
running.

I just checked, it is signed. Here’s the SHA-1 hash on my end:

68e2ba878d2c9803bbfda760b24b399e8ada4f79
swift-2.2-SNAPSHOT-2015-12-22-a-osx.pkg

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