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#1 2002-03-22 12:07:23 pm

Trash Man
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Document-based application on OS X

Can anyone send me a working example of how to write a document based application in AppleScript on OS X?

The demo named Mail Search (aka Watson) is a document-based application. But they did not explain why it is one, nor did they complete the Objective C example code for save and load code.

I have some experience with both Obj C and AS. How do I write the load and save code? A working example would be GREAT.

bob


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#2 2002-03-22 02:51:30 am

T.J. Mahaffey
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Re: Document-based application on OS X


If you have Apple Dev Tools December 2001, you'll find a whole folder of *other* examples in that "Developer" folder under OS X. (Created by the dev tools installer) Watson is only one, but is the primary example used in Apple's documentation.
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#3 2002-03-22 02:59:47 am

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Re: Document-based application on OS X


We had searched the others carefully. Only the Watson sample application is document-based. It does not actually implement save and load, though.


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