Is it possible to build with XCode 5 without a paid dev account? #92

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tsimmons opened this Issue Oct 20, 2013 · 5 comments

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Sorry for the simple question; I do not have a $99/year Mac Developer account and was trying to build with XCode 5 on Mountain Lion and it errors with:

No matching codesigning identity found: No codesigning identities (i.e. certificate and private key pairs) matching “Mac Developer” were found.

Is that required for building Macpass?

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Toby

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DominusExult Oct 20, 2013

You have to create a self signed certificate with that name. It will not work for contributing but works fine for your own purposes with a self signed one.
One thing to remember, when you create a certificate, you need to restart xcode or it will still complain about the missing certificate even though it is there.

You have to create a self signed certificate with that name. It will not work for contributing but works fine for your own purposes with a self signed one.
One thing to remember, when you create a certificate, you need to restart xcode or it will still complain about the missing certificate even though it is there.

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Easiest way is to do not sign at all. At least that's how it should work. Just disable the setting in the project file by setting the "Code Signing Identiy" setting to "Don't Code Sign" and it should work for you too.

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mstarke commented Oct 20, 2013

Easiest way is to do not sign at all. At least that's how it should work. Just disable the setting in the project file by setting the "Code Signing Identiy" setting to "Don't Code Sign" and it should work for you too.

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kbadiyani-be Apr 14, 2014

I made this changes. I still see the problem. What is fix for you with the suggested change only or you had to make some additional changes...

I made this changes. I still see the problem. What is fix for you with the suggested change only or you had to make some additional changes...

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rlbisbe Jul 16, 2014

Check out on the "levels" view, you may need to set the MacPass XCode project also to "Don't code sign" (third column)

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rlbisbe commented Jul 16, 2014

Check out on the "levels" view, you may need to set the MacPass XCode project also to "Don't code sign" (third column)

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If you build via the command line, code signing can also be disabled there:

xcodebuild -scheme MacPass -target MacPass -configuration Release CODE_SIGNING_REQUIRED=NO
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mstarke commented Oct 20, 2017

If you build via the command line, code signing can also be disabled there:

xcodebuild -scheme MacPass -target MacPass -configuration Release CODE_SIGNING_REQUIRED=NO
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