George Colpitts <george.colpi...@gmail.com> writes: > +Kazu Yamamoto <k...@iij.ad.jp> > > Hi Ben > > My 2 machines also have: > > $ spctl --status > assessments enabled > Hmm, interesting. Then I am truly perplexed.
> Speculations: > > /usr/local/lib/ghc-18.104.22.16820721/bin/../lib/x86_64-osx-ghc-22.214.171.12420721/libHSterminfo-0.4.1.5-ghc126.96.36.19920721.dylib > is created after xattr -rc . was run so it doesn't have the necessary > attributes. Is it possible that ghc developers and/or the test machines > have this file on another of the paths in the error message and that is why > it works for them? > I'm not sure where this would be but at this point anything is possible. What happens if you try to install to do something like (in the extracted binary distribution), $ ./configure --prefix=`pwd`/tmp $ make install # this will fail $ xattr -rc . $ make install # perhaps this will finish successfully? # tmp/bin/ghc --version # GHC should be usable > I hope I didn't offend you by asking if the fix had been tested; I assume > it had been but I thought it was important to rule that out. > Not to worry; it's a very reasonable question to ask given the circumstances. > More than happy to test. I really appreciate all the work you and others > have put into GHC ! > Ultimately I think we may just need to bite the bullet and start properly notarising/codesigning releases (resolving #17418). At this point we have spent more time trying to avoid the notarisation requirement than it would likely take to satisfy it. Unfortunately, this will require that I find an Apple device somewhere which may take a few weeks. I'm afraid I am on holiday next week but I would quite grateful if we could arrange for a chat after I return such that we can debug this in realtime. Cheers, - Ben
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