[TxMt] Detecting Applications
throw-away-1 at macromates.com
Sat May 5 08:34:02 UTC 2007
On 4. May 2007, at 15:56, Simon Gregory wrote:
>> if find_app >/dev/null «bundle identifier of iTerm»; then
>> echo 'We got iTerm installed!'
> I'm assuming that the «bundle identifier of iTerm» is the value
> from this key found in iTerm.app/Contents/Info.plist
Yes, unfortunately that bundle identifier is in the wrong format. It
should be something like: “com.«company».iTerm”.
It will likely work though. Alternatively you can do: find_app
iTerm.app (then it looks using the app name instead of the bundle
identifier, normally the former would be more ambiguous).
> One thing, would iTerm need to have been run once in order for the
> system to register it's presence?
If it is in /Applications and possibly ~/Applications, the system
will automatically register the application (at boot time) -- maybe
some other locations are also magic.
But at least running the app, will ensure the system has it in the
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