[Haskell-cafe] Haskell development in Mac OS X after Gatekeeper
ok at cs.otago.ac.nz
Mon Feb 20 05:27:36 CET 2012
On 20/02/2012, at 3:04 PM, Jack Henahan wrote:
> What's your setup like that you can't even use gdb in your own directory? That sounds unusual. And you can turn off the warning, either globally or selectively.
My setup is Mac OS X 10.6.8, pretty much out of the box, plus a bunch of additional
stuff, but nothing removed. The invariable University policy is that *nobody* except
a few designated system administrators is allowed to have root access on any machine
connected to the University's ethernets. (Apparently nobody has told them about
VirtualBox yet, so I can happily root access Solaris, Linux, and OpenBSD on my Macs.)
- there's the root account,
- there's an "admin" account just for me, which lets me turn the printer on
and install software, but not run DTrace, and
- there's my ordinary user account.
I can run gdb just fine, it's setting a breakpoint and then trying to run the
program that it doesn't like. I have to re-authenticate for this every time I
> : http://osxdaily.com/2010/03/29/disable-the-are-you-sure-you-want-to-open-this-file-warning-dialogue-in-mac-os-x/
Thank you. I did not know about that. I have been working around it by
deleting the com.apple.quarantine xattr.
> : http://osxdaily.com/2010/09/12/disable-application-downloaded-from-the-internet-message-in-mac-os-x/
Now *that's* annoying. It turns out that the xattr command is *there*,
but 'man xattr' is completely silent. There is nothing for it in
/usr/share/man/man1 . I had been using my own command to do the
equivalent of xattr -d.
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