A primary scenario for my RubyCLR bridge is to enable folks to build
client applications on top of the .NET libraries. One potential blocking
issue is dealing with users tampering with .rb scripts on the client. I
wondering if folks have spent some time thinking about how to package up
Ruby applications and digitally signing them.
The Monad shell team (the next generation Windows shell which uses an
piping metaphor as opposed to the more traditional text piping metaphor
*nix shells) already has a code signing policy in place for Monad
as well as administrator configurable policies for script execution.
Any and all thoughts around this would be greatly appreciated.