Mac I'm having issues with building apps on Xcode 8

tokenmacdude

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Original poster
Jun 9, 2015
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Aloha everyone,

First, I'd like to say that I'm not in the developer program. I was an iOS developer for a while, but am no longer in that program. I would still like to occasionally write apps for my own use, but have come across a rather nasty set of issues, with respect to building my own home-brew apps.

I've uploaded a screenshot of what I'm receiving when I attempt a build and one of the free developer certificate (I set up a free account with my Apple ID). I have no paid certificates, but do have a backup of the Apple WWDRCA certificate from my iOS programming days.

As the free developer certificate is for Xcode and codesign, I need help in understanding what I need to do to resolve this issue. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.
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Aloha everyone,

First, I'd like to say that I'm not in the developer program. I was an iOS developer for a while, but am no longer in that program. I would still like to occasionally write apps for my own use, but have come across a rather nasty set of issues, with respect to building my own home-brew apps.

I've uploaded a screenshot of what I'm receiving when I attempt a build and one of the free developer certificate (I set up a free account with my Apple ID). I have no paid certificates, but do have a backup of the Apple WWDRCA certificate from my iOS programming days.

As the free developer certificate is for Xcode and codesign, I need help in understanding what I need to do to resolve this issue. Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.
[doublepost=1501991950][/doublepost]I have found an acceptable solution. For anyone else with this issue, it may be due to attributes inside your image files, as it was in my case. Here's the terminal command I used to resolve my issue.

find . -type f -name '*.png' -exec matter -c {} \;

All of my images are .png. Just substitute .jpg if you use jpegs.
 

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tokenmacdude

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Jun 9, 2015
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I have failed to see a question to answer.
That's because MacRumors merged my reply with my question. I posted the question, then subsequently found a satisfactory workaround. I apologize for any confusion. I posted the resolution in case anyone else ran into the same situation.
 

chown33

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That's because MacRumors merged my reply with my question. I posted the question, then subsequently found a satisfactory workaround. I apologize for any confusion. I posted the resolution in case anyone else ran into the same situation.
A. I think autocorrect changed an 'xattr' command in your solution to 'matter'. Or you're using a command I'm not aware of.

2. When an issue is resolved, please apply the Resolved prefix (sticky at top of forum listing).
 
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