[clug-talk] Semi-OT: AppleScript Editor
ramasa at sympatico.ca
ramasa at sympatico.ca
Thu Apr 30 15:17:11 PDT 2009
Can you show us the file. Maybe I can hack out a program that will make the changes (using vi or something -- but this will be transparent to you)
> Date: Thu, 30 Apr 2009 16:06:05 -0600
> From: tekbudda at gmail.com
> To: clug-talk at clug.ca
> Subject: Re: [clug-talk] Semi-OT: AppleScript Editor
> > How about you buy everyone Macs? ;-)
> > More seriously, what is the actual end requirement? You mention that you
> > need to edit two lines in the file. Always the same two lines? What two
> > lines? What are you changing?
> > What I'm getting at is, do you really need a full blown editor on every
> > machine that lets a user see AppleScript in pretty code colours?
> > AppleScript is just text like any other script, so I'm guessing that's what
> > you're looking for. I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess you need
> > to change something in that file each time that's machine specific like the
> > IP or MAC of the given machine. So, why not write a script or very simple
> > program that asks the user for the two things that need changing, and then
> > within the code of the program or by calling out to another program like
> > sed, you do the modification for them? Or if it's something like finding
> > the IP or MAC address, why not automate it entirely by having your
> > script/program deduce that information and modify the AppleScript
> > accordingly? Yes, scripts writing scripts. The end is near.
> Essentially what happens is that we are deploying Mac's on the
> network & the laptop need to have the WiFi set-up. One of my
> co-workers had created a script that does the whole thing when you hit
> run. The only lines that need to be changed are the SSID & the key.
> The file is labelled as filename.scpt whihc is an AppleScript file.
> Any editor in cluding the ones suggested just garbles the information
> & you cannot edit the 2 lines needed.
> The probl;em is that the only way we can change the script at this
> point is to use a Mac OS X machine...which isn't a huge deal, but just
> slow things down a bit. Some guys have Mac's but mopst of us have
> WIndows machines, hence the need for a program to run on a WIndows
> Hope that clears everything up.
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