Appscript Read Me
Ruby appscript (rb-appscript) is a high-level Apple event bridge for the Ruby scripting language. rb-appscript is closely based on the Python appscript (py-appscript) bridge.
See the doc folder for more information.
Mac OS X 10.3+
$ ruby extconf.rb $ make $ sudo make install
Please note that the version of Ruby included with Mac OS X 10.4 (Tiger) is missing the header files needed to build appscript on PPC-based Macs. Tiger users can avoid this issue by installing the latest version of Ruby from <www.ruby-lang.org/en/downloads/> and updating their shell login profiles to suit.
Developer tools for exporting application dictionaries (ASDictionary) and converting application commands from AppleScript to appscript syntax (ASTranslate) are available separately:
This is a beta release. Please file bug reports if you encounter any problems.
rb-appscript 0.5.2 contains bug and compatibility fixes; see the CHANGES file and documentation for details.
rb-appscript currently provides 64-bit support for OS X 10.5 in the following modules: AE, AEM, Appscript. The OSAX module provides partial 64-bit support; see the osax manual for details.
ASDictionary 0.11.3 or later is required to use rb-appscript's built-in #help method. If ASDictionary isn't installed, interactive help won't be available but appscript will continue to operate as normal.
Copyright (C) 2006-2009 HAS
Appscript is released under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for more information.