Setting Document Associations With OS X

Troy Rollins troy at rpsystems.net
Fri Aug 2 13:21:01 CDT 2002


On Friday, August 2, 2002, at 02:07  PM, Troy Rollins wrote:

>
>> OK, I'm back. :-)
>>
>> Here's what you need to do in OS X... I'm assuming a creator code of 
>> "STS1"
>> and an extension of "sts" - remember the original app was called 
>> "TestAE":
>>
>> 1) Create your standalone (in my case it was "TestAE.app").
>> 2) Find your standalone in the Finder, control-click it and choose 
>> "Show
>> Package Contents".
>
> Ken,
> My tests break down at step 2. My machine lists the standalone as a 
> "classic application" (obviously I built as an OSX application), and 
> not a package - therefore it will not open with "Show Package Contents" 
> (that menu item never gets shown).
>
> ???

A little more info - all applications made in Rev seem to come out this 
way. Of course, they run natively, they just appear as Classic apps. 
BTW - the file type is APPL, as it should be.

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Troy
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