Create .app to launch Python script in Mac OS X

Quick step-by-step to create clickable .app to launch your python scripts. Launch the ApplecScript Editor (located in /Applications/Utilities/) and type in the following into the editor: tell application "Terminal" do script with command "python /path/to/your/script.py" end tell And simply hit save. Choose to save as application. If anyone reading this know how to get rid of the Terminal window that opens when you launch the .app, let me know! If you want to get more advanced, check out Platypus....

June 4, 2012 · 1 min

Copypath – a simple OS X droplet

Drop any file(s) or folder(s) onto this app and its path(s) will be put in the clipboard, ready for pasting (cmd+v). Place the app in the dock for easy access. The source code was grabbed from Cole’s Mac OS X Hints post and modified, so all credit goes to him! Download Source at Github How to build the application in OS X

May 13, 2012 · 1 min