brew install tccutil
tccutil (designed by Apple’s engineers), found in
/usr/bin, only has one feature: to reset the services (
tccutil: Usage: tccutil reset SERVICE). From a system administrator’s perspective, this is very restricting.
Many apps that organizations use need to be able to insert, remove, enable, and disable access to assistive devices. This is the reason I built
tccutil.py. I also named it essentially the same to send a subtle message to Apple that they should expand the capabilities of their tool.
But now that my tool is available via Homebrew, I think it will be able to reach a wider audience. Plus, it is also more motivating for me to add new features. Currently, the tool focuses on the accessibility database, but I would also like the tool to manage Contacts, Calendars, Location Services, etc.
If you are interested in contributing, please make me a pull request to review.