• As far as I know, apps can only load libraries that are a part of iOS or that came with the app. This is based on the code signature, and not on the framework location. (For example, you can copy one of Pythonista's internal frameworks and load the copy without any issues using ctypes.) It's not possible to load frameworks that were signed for a different app. (For example you cannot copy a Pythonista framework to Editorial, even though both apps are from the same developer.) Frameworks that you compiled yourself using Xcode cannot be loaded either, even if you sign them with a development certificate. (The exception to that is @omz himself when using a dev build on Pythonista, because that is also signed with the dev cert. I remember there was a conversation about that on Twitter a while back, where omz could load a dev-cert-signed framework, but others couldn't.)

  • Beautiful- Thanks for the pointers to that stuff! (Sadly, I can't quite get good 'search' results using the in-forum search, easier/better to Google externally... heh)

    I'm using the AppStore version. I suppose I should ask to be put on the beta to try this out.

  • Yes- I was wondering about that. The share sheet can handle multiple items, but the directory thing seems potentially weird. I'll try zipping it all up.

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