I created this a while back, but I had forgotten about it until a recent discussion of Drag Commands.
If you're using the pre-insalled Apache under Mac OS X, the DocumentRoot is set to `/Library/WebServer/Documents/`. I try to avoid attachments as much as possible, so I'll usually put a file in that location and just send people a URL that leads them to it. To make this easier, I created a Drag Command that applies to any file in that directory. For example, if I drop /Library/WebServer/ Documents/some.zip in a document, it inserts http:// kendra.oit.gatech.edu/some.zip instead.
It's currently scoped to "text.mail,text.html" and I usually only use it for e-mail, but perhaps it should be scoped for all "text"? Anyway, I thought this might be a useful addition to the Mail or Text bundle.
On a related note, what's the preferred way to say "I thought this might be a useful addition to the XYZ bundle"? :)
FYI - If you're looking at the command and wondering why all the gymnastics to get the Fully Qualified Domain Name for the local machine, it is intended to work in either of these situations:
1. `hostname` returns something appropriate, like "kendra" and `domainname` returns something appropriate like "oit.gatech.edu".
2. `hostname` erroneously returns the FQDN (like "kendra.oit.gatech.edu") and `domainname` returns nothing at all. (For reasons unknown, I think most systems are misconfigured like this by default.)
--- Rob McBroom http://www.skurfer.com/ I didn't "switch" to Apple... my OS did.