I've written a very basic web server in C# that loads custom modules that handle requests to a specific domain name, as specified in a config file. The custom modules are loaded into a new AppDomain b
I'm an indie developer and love the platform but have recently discovered that you can't buy phone numbers from a trial account. I've also seen that sandboxing is a deprecated feature and was hoping
I'm a firm believer in learning a platform or technology by playing with it. So I've kind of glanced at SPARQL and thus far haven't really gotten to into it because it just ... looks daunting (as does
So I have to implement sandboxing in order to keep my Mac app in the Mac app store. When I enable sandboxing, my application works for the most part. I use the top command to get my CPU info and RAM
After trying and witnessing the incredible ease with which I could integrate Lua and LuaJIT into my game engine, I'm convinced that that's the scripting language I want to use. I would like to use it
I am adapting a MacOS application to use sandboxing. It uses a helper application (an exe in the same bundle) that fails when I try calling CFMessagePortCreateRemote with a 'deny mach-lookup' message
I'm trying to incorporate Google CSE into my web site. The search works fine. I'm using Nijhof's ASP.NET Google CSE search control on a page in a site using a Master Page. The problem is Google's styl
My app did not work properly on a customer machine. Here is a line from console messages: sandboxd: () aText(14252) deny mach-lookup com.apple.familycontrols What does this mean ?
I have an app which runs using sandboxing. How can I run it without sandboxing? Suppose I can't just recompile the app with sandboxing off.
I want to learn more about sandboxing. Not just about it. I want to learn such that I will be able to write a simple sandbox. Surprisingly, there isn't any information available anywhere. Even the Wik
Background: I'm working on a framework/library to be used for a specific site in coordination with greasemonkey/userscripts. This framework/library will allow for addon support. The way it will work i
I'm just trying to get some confirmation on Sandboxing. I understand exactly why it's been put in place and the principle behind it. As I start to near the release of my first Mac App I kept putting o
I'm writing an OS X application that depends on the ability to determine wireless signal strength, but I can't figure out what entitlements to use to sandbox it. Whenever I use NSMutableArray *scanRe