The dylib signature is invalid.
I used my Apple Developer account to sign the Apple Distribution, but the signature is no longer valid and cannot be used.
I signed it on my Mac and checked it with dvvv, but it was signed correctly.
Do you know why the signature is displayed as invalid?
I intend to sign PyArmor's _pytransform.dylib to encrypt Python code.
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ALL code in the app must be signed with the SAME signature. That means that one signature must sign both the Pythonista code and the dylib code.
Given that you do not have the source code for Pythonista, you can not sign both.
https://pyto.app is open source so it might work better for this use case than Pythonista.
I managed to solve it!
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How did you solve it?
Sorry, it is said that Pythonista gave up ...
I had to sign PyArmor to encrypt the script ...
Good, do you know how to encrypt it?