Sounds like a compatibility issue.
You got an Xcode project maybe? so I can see if the settings are ok?
Also set the following
- Release mode, no debugging
- Signing info in General tab
- Application Type in Info tab
- Sandbox mode in Capabilities tab
Yeah I know, I was responding to you. I responded to him in the bug report.
Hmm, does this happen with anything you try exporting this way?
More info. Building apps from the Mac version of CF 2.5 doesn't work if you build the app in the Documents folder, we'll try to find a solution later. Build the app for example in a sub-directory of the Mac desktop directory, this works.
If this is an attribute issue, you should be able to go into terminal and do this:
chmod +x MacRuntime
That should fix it.
Passing executable attributes from NTFS to HFS+ is a tricky thing.
As of Sierra it's still HFS+, and in either case the issue is that NTFS doesn't have an executable attribute. Therefore there's no way to transfer that attribute on a file to a Mac compatible filesystem without special archive tricks.