+ update 2020: WARNING - support of the decompiler is now VERY LIMITED. There are no active developers. This means we will NOT develop new features and/or fix most of bugs. We left the tracker running in case somebody from community would like to work on it. Sorry for the inconvenience.
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I would like to use JPEXS at school on the Macs but I can't run JPEXS because it says the
application is from an unidentified developer. Can you identify yourselves lol?
Thanks a lot,
To be "identified developer" we need to Join Apple Developers program
which costs 99$ per year.
Also probably then we need to distrubute the decompiler via App store where somebody from
Apple will review our App and can decide to not publish it at all (because somebody may
not like it).
Our decompiler is completely free and opensource.
I don't want to pay anybody for publishing my TOTALLY FREE software.
Please contact Apple and tell them this policy is tottaly bullshit.
Or tell your school that they need my software. I think you have better changes with that
than convice Apple to do something for free.
Or you can send me 99$ every year and then I will pay it.
Maybe workaroud: (?)
The application is de-facto ZIP file. If you can somehow extract in on your Mac, then
I guess you can run FFDec.app/Contents/Resources/ffdec.sh
Or download classic ZIPped version of FFDec (No Mac specific) and then run "ffdec.sh"