Because we currently do not sign Juka programming language package, you might get an error when you first run Juka on Macintosh.
When you first run Juka on Macintosh, you might get the following error:
Double click on Juka
If it tries to open the application in the text editor, then open up a terminal in the same folder and run ./Juka
Click on "Apple" icon in the top left corner and go to "security and preferences".
You will get a message stating that Juka is from an unidentified developer.
Click on "Open Anyway"
NOTE: you might need to click the "lock" to make changes
You should now be able to run Juka and see the following screen:
Assuming that Juka is stored on Desktop
chmod +x ./Juka
sudo spctl --master-disable
This will disable the "gatekeeper" application allowing you to run Juka even though the application came from "unidentified" developer.
Once you are done using Juka, run the following command:
sudo spctl --master-enable
This will re-enable the "gatekeeper".