--- Comment #43 from Rich Siegel <siegel@???> ---
(In reply to Zoltan Herczeg from comment #42) > Well, the best way to do it would be providing an API which allows setting a
> custom executable memory allocator for JIT. But I think for most people this
> would not make things simpler.
> Is it possible to detect "hardened runtime" feature during runtime? Because
> we could simply not use MAP_JIT if it is not set (I suspect it is not set
> for lnav).
Yes - I can write code that will return whether the current executable is built
with the hardened runtime -or- sandboxed. I will do so and add it here as an
attachment. (I'll get it done as soon as I can, but it will probably take a
couple of days to fit in with my work schedule.)
Note that when targeting macOS this will require you to link against a couple
of system frameworks, so it will be necessary to change the build configuration
scripts to take that into account. (I don't know how to do that, but I assume
someone does :-) and I can tell you what option flags to add to clang.)
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