Brent Simmons’ Macintosh scripting weblog.
Tuesday, January 8, 2002
Mac OS X Hints: Securing PHPNuke against hackers.
Mac OS X Hints: Use ‘touch’ to organize pictures for iPhoto.
Yesterday we asserted that iPhoto is scriptable when we pointed to Apple’s iPhoto sample scripts. Given the existence of sample scripts, this is a natural assumption. But it appears that iPhoto itself may not be scriptable. So: we’ll post again about this once we have confirmation one way or the other. (Thanks to Heng-Cheong Leong of myapplemenu for bringing up this issue. Visit his site; it’s cool.)
Sybase to develop enterprise software for Mac.
MacSlash: Retrospect 5.0 Mac OS X Preview Released.
Apple: Java and Tomcat on Mac OS X, Part II. “In this session, you’ll see how to use Javaserver Pages (JSP) with Tomcat. You’ll also learn a bit about reusable components called Taglibs, which are supplied by the Jakarta project. Finally, you’ll see how to make a simple database-driven web applications on Mac OS X using JDBC, Tomcat, and the open-source database MySQL.”
Apple Technical QA 1018: Using AppleScript to send an email with an attachment.
Apple: WebObjects 5.1 now available. “The world’s easiest-to-use application server is written in the language of the Internet: Java.”
Cocoa Dev Central: Scrolling About Box. How to make an about box with scrolling credits.
New Java development tools for OS X.
wData Builder 2.0 helps build CDML pages.
DeBabelizer Pro 5 adds batch processing, OS X.
Archive Toolbox 1.0: archives in FM Pro.
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