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mac: how to "enable hardened runtime"?
davecotter last edited by davecotter
Apple is recommending this now, how do we do this via Qt Creator / .pro file?
More generally, how do we support notarizing applications?
It looks like you would have to follow this procedure.
Some steps might be done in macdeployqt but this will require some work on it.
davecotter last edited by
well, i read that, but the first thing it says is "To prepare an app for notarization, you must export the app from Xcode". but that's just it: there is no Xcode project to export from.
later it says "But in a scripted build environment, you must use the xcodebuild utility to perform the export", but the example it give STILL uses Xcode to run xcodebuild as a post build step...
so i'm still confused. there is no Xcode project...
The image shows a shell script contained in their project however you should be able to run it from the command line.
In any case, you can ask qmake to generate an Xcode project if you want to try that hardening part through Xcode.