Adds quarantine on save
mxey 10 years ago • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 10 years ago • 1
When editing an executable .command file (shell scripts that runs in a Terminal window), Textastic for Mac adds the com.apple.quarantine attribute to the file on save. That means I can no longer execute my own script, or even edit with Textastic again, because I get the Gatekeeper error message that it's not signed. Removing the attribute with xattr fixes the issue.
Customer support service by UserEcho
I found this in Apple's docs:
Currently, Textastic does not specify this entitlement. Since it is a sandboxed app, executable files are quarantined by the Mac OS X sandbox when Textastic saves them.
I will add this entitlement in the next update.
This should be fixed in Textastic 2.0.