Re: Sandboxed WkWebView

Marco S Hyman

This said, the porcupine in my home directory seems to be a red herring:
Even without non-Ascii characters in the path to the home directory a sandboxed WkWebView just does nothing, while the non-sandboxed version works as expected.
I don’t know if this has anything to do with your issue.

One difference between a sandboxed and non-sandboxed app is that the “home directory” in a sandboxed app is inside the application container, not the current users home directory.

~/ ==> non-sandboxed home directory
~/Library/Containers/com.example.appid/Data/ ==> sandboxed home directory

You will not be able to create/access anything outside of the sandbox container without going through Powerbox or adding appropriate entitlements.


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