Droplet app with AppleEvent
zax at tripoy.com
Thu Nov 2 09:15:00 EST 2006
Yeahhh, it works ! Thanks Mark :)
After I have studied your sample stack, it appears that my handler "on
openStack" was - for an unknown raison - stopping the appleEvent process.
So, to make your app react like a droplet, the following script works:
Mark Schonewille-3 wrote:
> The script in the stack script of that stack is:
> on appleEvent theClass,theEvent,theSender
> put theClass & return & theEvent & return & theSender & return &
> return into myData
> request appleEvent data
> put it after myData
> put myData into fld 1
> end appleEvent
Now, more difficult: ;)
When I drop a text file onto my app icon, this file's path is stored, ready
to be processed.
Let's say my add can perform several processes on this text file:
a - replace all "m" by "n" in this file
b - replace all "U" by "u" in this file
c - another process defined by users...
Is there a way to *dynamically" create a droplet for each process (a and b),
in order to directly start a process when a text file is dropped onto a
Of course, this involve to know how a droplet is made... and I really don't
know. Is it a kind of file containing an applescript command line (in my
example: tell myApp to perform process b) and with a special file type?
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