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  1. Awesome, App Wrapper does indeed sign the app and...

    Awesome, App Wrapper does indeed sign the app and even sandbox it without any trouble if using the latest beta build. So it looks like Xcode isn't needed for Fusion apps, thank goodness.
    Next up...
  2. Well, it looks like I've come across something...

    Well, it looks like I've come across something promising. There is an app called App Wrapper 4 that sounds like it can sign and sandbox already compiled apps. So I'll be sure to report back here once...
  3. If I try to make a local build and forget all the...

    If I try to make a local build and forget all the signing stuff for distribution for the time being I get this error.
    Brawler.xcodeproj The linked and embedded framework 'MMF2Lib.framework' is...
  4. Admittedly, I guess Xcode shouldn't be vital. I...

    Admittedly, I guess Xcode shouldn't be vital. I used to use a handy app called AppPrep that took care of the signing, packaging and app icon replacement. Although now long dead... perhaps there is...
  5. Thank you for responding SevenSails, I'm trying...

    Thank you for responding SevenSails, I'm trying to build it for the Mac App Store.
    Unfortunately if I enable automatically manage signing, it forces it to change to Development.
    Either way though,...
  6. Building your MacOS application - but did I miss something?

    So I have here the
    Preparing your MacOS application for the Apple Mac App Store section of the Help File and I'm trying to follow it.


    Yep, have that done.


    All good so far I select Mac...
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