macOS update logic needs improving
alex at alexburke.ca
Thu Dec 17 11:34:33 CET 2020
This is also the case on iOS for the same reason: because an app cannot be updated while it’s running, and while at least one tunnel is up the OS will not terminate the app.
> On 17 Dec 2020, at 05:25, Laura Smith <n5d9xq3ti233xiyif2vp at protonmail.ch> wrote:
> Thank you for the recent efforts to bring macOS/iOS up to date.
> However there is a little bit of a problem with the logic for your macOS App Store updates.
> The update downloads fine, and *appears* to install, but the App Store app continues to show the update as available and installed.
> Further investigation shows that if Wireguard is running and/or open, the app will not actually be updated (App Store will roll back to the existing version).
> If Wireguard is quit, then the update will install OK.
> So you probably need to add some logic somewhere to detect and deal with open/running Wireguard (e.g. prompt user to exit).
More information about the WireGuard