Mac OS X droppable Ruby scripts

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Damphyr, Sep 21, 2006.

  1. Damphyr

    Damphyr Guest

    OK, it's been a long absence. And ruby-lang is online! And my nick is in
    the credits! Ohhhhhh, that feels wonderful!
    Well, I'm switching to a brand new MacBook Pro since I managed to solve
    my last remaining Windows problems (VMs are a wonder) and I have my
    first question:
    Can I make dropable scripts in Ruby? (you know, the ones where you just
    pick something and drop it on the script icon and voila! it works)
    What do I need for it?
    Thanks,
    V.-
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    Damphyr, Sep 21, 2006
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  2. On Sep 21, 2006, at 10:19 PM, Damphyr wrote:

    > OK, it's been a long absence. And ruby-lang is online! And my nick =20
    > is in the credits! Ohhhhhh, that feels wonderful!
    > Well, I'm switching to a brand new MacBook Pro since I managed to =20
    > solve my last remaining Windows problems (VMs are a wonder) and I =20
    > have my first question:
    > Can I make dropable scripts in Ruby? (you know, the ones where you =20
    > just pick something and drop it on the script icon and voila! it =20
    > works)
    > What do I need for it?


    I think [Platypus](http://www.sveinbjorn.org/platypus) will fit what =20
    you are looking for. There is a =93is droppable=94 option.

    -- Daniel
     
    Daniel Harple, Sep 21, 2006
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