Pumpkins10 wrote:k, the new bundle gives the message "You can't open the application Superluminal because it may be damaged or incomplete"
Doh. I forgot the "Contents/" directory, "Resources/" and "MacOS/" belong inside that.
(I've updated the tree in my earlier bundle-construction post)
How's this one?
Edit: Link removed.
Good to know.Pumpkins10 wrote:If applications aren't runnable then they won't have the icon, just a prohibitory symbol over the generic app icon
That's an optional thing for bundles that are signed to prove authorship and thwart tampering.Pumpkins10 wrote:inside the bundle looks slightly different to other applications I have, there is a folder called _CodeSignature in the contents folder of all my other applications, it contains the file CodeResources - not sure what it does, but it looks important
Nah. The bundle's plist points to the runme script. And the script knows where to find the jars. I've done that before successfully.Pumpkins10 wrote:none of the other apps have jar files directly in the resources folder either, the minecraft launcher has launcher.jar in a folder called java which is in the resources folder. - I don't know how important that information is, but it's worth a shot