Code signing

Mark Anderson mark at
Wed Aug 3 17:05:25 UTC 2022

I have one due to my iOS work, although I do also have one for my day job,
so I could drop it, but I tend to like to do my stuff on the side.

The problem is, signing is really tough - I'm wondering if we can use the
now free Xcode built in signing that people have. Or give instructions on
the whole process.

iTerm2 runs into real problems with the next release of Xcode/macOS with
this, spoiler alert.

Mark E. Anderson <mark at>
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On Wed, Aug 3, 2022 at 7:25 AM Ralph Seichter via macports-dev <
macports-dev at> wrote:

> * Gerben Wierda via macports-dev:
> > In other words: isn’t it at some point becoming important to have some
> > sort of process where we can support this?
> Wearing my hat of GnuPG for OS X maintainership:
> I for one will be happy to start sign installation packages and similar
> artifacts as soon as Apple stops charging a 99 EUR yearly subscription
> fee for open source project maintainers.
> -Ralph
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