How to codesign and notarise your app for macOS 10.14 and higher

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  2. 8 months ago

    @Beatrix W Do you have XCode 10 and it's command line tools installed?

    This is the link to the XCode Command Line Tools download (requires Apple ID log-in):
    https://developer.apple.com/download/more/?=for%20Xcode

    it includes separate files for each major version of XCode.

  3. 6 months ago

    Arnaud N

    31 Dec 2019 Testers, Xojo Pro A lost country in Switzerland.
    Edited 6 months ago

    I'm also getting this error. I had XCode 11.x (not sure what “x” was) so expected notarising would work…
    Kept getting this error about altool not being found so I decided to open XCode to check various things. XCode immediately told me an update was available: 11.3 (never using XCode, I hadn't updated since, I presume, 11.2). Done the update. Same error.
    Tried the link above (from Detlef Kahner, thanks to him) and installed the command line tools. Still getting the same error.
    Now, I'm stumped…

    Edit: if it happens to someone else, this page has the answer that solved this issue for me:
    https://forums.developer.apple.com/thread/118045
    (you have to use “sudo xcode-select -r” to reset the command line tool paths)

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