2023-09-19 - ExifTool version 12.67 released
Started by wywh, November 08, 2020, 10:11:45 AM
Quote from: wywh on November 08, 2020, 10:11:45 AMBut in Mojave for some reason they all have an alert like "List Exif Metadata (edit).app is damaged can can't be opened. You should move it to the Trash."
QuoteIs it possible to bake exiftool inside such applet so I could tell another user to download it from my Dropbox (or preferably from the trusted exiftool.org), use it to grab the date info and post the results without having to learn any Terminal skills?
QuoteQuestion: But how do I then tell the app the path to the baked-in exiftool? A path like /Contents/Resources/ does not work (sh: Contents/Resources/exiftool: No such file or directory)?
Quote from: wywh on November 08, 2020, 10:11:45 AMThere are three AppleScript applets at:https://exiftool.org/List_Exif_Metadata.zipBut in Mojave for some reason they all have an alert like "List Exif Metadata (edit).app is damaged can can't be opened. You should move it to the Trash."The applets also point to /usr/bin/ instead /usr/local/bin/.
Quote from: Hubert on November 11, 2020, 08:04:17 AMThe embedded scripts can be extracted from the script applications in Finder by right-clicking, choosing 'View package contents' and drilling down to the Scripts folder.I changed /usr/bin/ to the more recent installation path for exiftool - /usr/local/bin/ - and they run fine both as scripts and as newly saved script applications.I suspect the original script applications throw errors on Mojave because of Apple's heavy-duty security policies with regard to unsigned apps.