On Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 10:31:58AM -0700, Junio C Hamano wrote:
> Torsten Louland <torsten.loul...@telenet.be> writes:
> > Installing latest stable git on Mac OS X Mountain Lion is blocked
> > by Gatekeeper.
> > Could you provide an installer for latest stable git that is
> > signed with an Apple issued developer ID so gatekeeper will let it
> > through?
> I am assuming that this is about the mechanism to block installation
> or execution of binaries obtained from outside the Apple store, and
> anything built from the source are exempt.
> If that assumption is mistaken, please correct/educate me and
> disregard the rest of the message.
> I release only the source tarballs and no longer do any pre-built
> binaries (I used to do so only for RPM), and Torsten must be getting
> a(n unsigned) binary from somewhere; the request needs to be given
> to whoever is supplying a pre-built binary for MacOS, but I do not
> know who that entity is.
> Whoever you are, please speak up and help Torsten and fellow MacOS
The MacOS binary installer on git-scm.com is built by Tim Harper (cc'd).
It looks like there are both GitHub and Google Code repositories for it:
You might have luck submitting an issue there (I am not sure which one
is the primary, but it looks like the Google Code site).
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