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Re: Java for Mac OS X 10.5 Update 4 and JavaAppLauncher
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Re: Java for Mac OS X 10.5 Update 4 and JavaAppLauncher



Hi Mike,

> Applications with PPC or PPC/i386 stubs
> would continue to run in 32-bit mode indefinitely, until they rebundled
> after Update 4, which would then opt them into launching 64-bit (with the
> ability to downshift to 32-bit using the checkbox Finder's Get Info window).

Has the bug where you can't codesign an application bundle which uses
a JavaApplicationStub from Leopard been fixed? If not, this blocks me
from shipping a newer JavaApplicationStub, and thus supporting 64-bit
in this way.

If you could simply provide a JavaApplicationStub in the form prior to
it getting signed as part of the Java framework (since the issue is
that codesign doesn't allow double signing), it would solve this
problem (perhaps this could be as simple as putting it in a zip file
or something).

Thanks.

-Alexei Svitkine
Fizzysoft
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 >Java for Mac OS X 10.5 Update 4 and JavaAppLauncher (From: Jan Andersson <email@hidden>)
 >Re: Java for Mac OS X 10.5 Update 4 and JavaAppLauncher (From: Mike Swingler <email@hidden>)



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