This blog summarises the process of identifying the symptoms, possible causes, and the resolution steps.
" :) For anyone else seeing a very long "Verifying Xcode" phase, just give it time.
The indeterminate progress bar stays up there for a long time (tens of minutes) while Gatekeeper looks at the (very large) Xcode bundle to make sure that it's legit.
Didn't have this problem last week w/working XCode 6.0.1 GM, but suddenly this morning it refused to start; said XCode was damaged & should be thrown in the trash. Downloaded/installed latest version (6.1_gm_seed_2) and it worked eventually but took forever to "verify" & ask for my password.
Wondering if it's an issue w/using an outdated version & not installing via App Store?
This is one of the many things that keeps Mac OS X as secure as it is. Or, 2: Manually tell Gatekeeper "It's okay, this is from a trusted source". Well, first fire up the Terminal and navigate to your folder. Well, first fire up the Terminal and navigate to your folder.
(Or type in cd and drag-and-drop Xcode from your applications folder), then hit enter.Jack Wallen is an award-winning writer for Tech Republic and He’s an avid promoter of open source and the voice of The Android Expert.Worked great last week & only died after 6.1 became available...Running a command to get through Gatekeeper sounds like the way to go, since you downloaded it from a trusted source.Recently I ran into a problem with an existing Remote Desktop Services 2012 R2 at a client site.