On Sat, 29 Oct 2011 10:02:36 -0700, Kyle Sluder said:
>> As of November, all applications submitted to the App store must be
>sandboxed and signed.
>> Not too difficult to forecast the future here. Will it be for an
>application to run on a Mac it will need to sandboxed and signed ?
>We all know that Apple will not comment on future plans. It might not be
>a good idea to encourage rampant speculation on this list.
I agree, so I'll just make a short comment...
>But as it stands right now, it's worth remembering that code signing and
>sandboxing are orthogonal technologies, and sandboxing clearly hasn't
>been nailed down yet.
It's also worth remembering that the Mac App Store is not required either, unlike on iOS devices. If you can't or don't want to sandbox, you can distribute elsewhere.
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