Enabling accessibility to my own .app

Discussion in 'Mac Programming' started by ruhi, Aug 7, 2009.

  1. ruhi macrumors member

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    i have seen TrustMe.app code from http://caffeinatedcocoa.com/blog/?p=12 to find out how can i make my .app trusted.

    But in this application i can see two targets and hence one is making other trusted.

    My requirement is to make my .app trusted and the code for this purpose will also be written in this same .app code. i dont have 2 targets.

    How can i make my own application trusted from itself.

    Thanks,
    ruhi.
     
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  3. ruhi thread starter macrumors member

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    Enabling accessibility to my own .app

    Thanks for the info. I read the documentation and tried to use it for entering a key value pair in library/preferences/loginwindow.plist file as we need privilage in editing it.

    I dont know how to do it really.

    Can u please tell me step by step procedure with the authorization commands or method i need.

    Thanks,
    ruhi.
     

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