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This function is a good example of how to use the functionality of a scriptable Mac OS X program to accomplish a task. If you have ever written a graphing program, you will appreciate being able to use the services of another program rather than writing your own. For plotting, you use a Mac OS X version of gnuplot, available from http://homepage.mac.com/gnuplot. As mentioned earlier, building the project will give an unhelpful error message if the scriptable Mac OS X version of gnuplot is not installed. The function opens a text file, writes a plot file based on the user selection and plot data, and sends activate and exec AppleEvents to gnuplot. Doing so causes gnuplot to become the active application: it loads the plot file and displays the plot. The View and List buttons use the services of the text editor TextEdit, which comes standard with Mac OS X. Clicking the View button causes the scripts to activate TextEdit and open the file that contains the raw process data. Clicking the List button calls getAllProcesses, which runs the ps command to get the names of all running processes. Next, the script activates TextEdit and opens the file that contains process name information:
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Look at the rest of the code for the program. You will find it straightforward and easy to understand. As this example program illustrates, you can implement powerful tools with AppleScript in almost no time. Your AppleScript programs can be complex, requiring GUI-based user interfaces, or simple in-house tools that you can use to support application development. In either case, AppleScript Studio makes these things possible and is an enjoyable environment to work in. This example also demonstrates the advantages of using AppleScript over traditional UNIX scripting languages. Yes, you can produce the same workflow with Perl, but you cannot package the program under a single icon or develop a Mac OS X Aqua-based user interface. In addition, UNIX scripting languages do not enable you to use the services of other Mac OS X programs.
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This chapter introduced you to the important concepts of AppleScript and walked you through the steps of developing two AppleScript programs. The first example program used Script Editor (the main script development environment for writing AppleScripts) and iTunes (Apple s digital music player) to show how to interact with the services of a Mac OS X application. The other program used AppleScript Studio. AppleScript Studio enables you to write AppleScript-based applications with a Cocoa GUI. These programs look and behave exactly like any other Mac OS X applications but are predominantly written in AppleScript.
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Mac OS X and beyond
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New features of Jaguar Additions to the developer tools Project Builder features Terminal application features PerlObjCBridge
Mac OS X and beyond
I never think about the future. It comes soon enough.
Albert Einstein
Now to look at the more interesting features UNIX developers can expect from Jaguar. This chapter provides information about the new developer tools and infrastructure, covers the new Terminal application, discusses the new features of Project Builder, and briefly shows you some of the features of the PerlObjCBridge.
8.1 Introduction
On March 24, 2001, Apple released the first version of Mac OS X (v10.0) to the public. Later that year, it released version v10.1, which focused primarily on performance improvements. Since then, most of the updates to the operating system have centered on bug fixes and feature enhancements. In late summer 2002, Apple released its first major upgrade to Mac OS X, code-named Jaguar. Jaguar builds on the previous versions of the system but adds many new features and enhancements; according to Apple, it includes more than 150 new features (http://www.apple.com/macosx). A number of Jaguar s new features focus on changes and updates to the core operating system, many of which will be of interest to UNIX users. For example, Jaguar now uses the Common UNIX Printing System (CUPS) for printing. CUPS uses the Internet Printing Protocol (IPP) to maintain print jobs and provides better access to modern printer features than older printing systems like the Berkeley Line Printer Daemon (LPD). Jaguar includes compatibility with FreeBSD 4.4, Kerberos authentication, and gcc version 3.1, and more support for porting UNIX programs to the Macintosh by improving compatibility with the POSIX API, libraries, and headers. There is also a new and improved Terminal application that supports more options and emulation modes. Another nice addition for Perl programmers is PerlObjCBridge, developed by Doug Wiebe of Apple, which enables Perl code to access Cocoa objects, register as clients for notifications from Cocoa-based frameworks, and do messaging between Perl scripts running on different machines. In addition to the changes under the hood, Jaguar extends many of the features of current Mac OS X applications. The Mail, Address Book, and Sherlock applications have been revamped with additional features and services. The new Finder improves performance by threading tasks and contains a find feature so you can search for files without leaving the current window. Several new
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