As some of you know, I’ve been struggling with getting the latest flavours of macOS to play nice with Cabbage. Anyone who read the distributing on macOs part 2 post will have read that one must codesign and notarise plugins if you want to share them with other users.
It seems the situation is out to get even worse. In my latest tests using an M1 Mac and Big Sur 11.4, I have to codesign every single plugin that I export, even if I only intend to use them on the machine I exported from. And I can only codesign the plugins if I have an Apple Developer ID. It seems one can get a free developer ID, but after a week or so you will need to renew it and codesign the plugins again.
The good news is that the latest beta versions of Cabbage don’t suffer from this issue because they are not built on a Big Sur machine. In the meantime I will try to find a way around this.