Python appscript (py-appscript) is a high-level, user-friendly Apple event bridge that allows you to control scriptable Mac OS X applications using ordinary Python scripts.
|Tags||Software Development Libraries Python Modules Other/Nonlisted Topic Desktop Environment tools|
|Operating Systems||Mac OS X|
Release Notes: This update fixes a bug when unpacking Boolean values on Python 3.
Release Notes: This release adds a workaround for Mac OS X 10.6's return ID bug, along with the ability to launch and control multiple instances of the same application. Bugs have been fixed and previously deprecated APIs have been removed.
Release Notes: This release adds Python 3.0 support and fixes several bugs.
Release Notes: This release adds Python 2.6 compatibility and 64-bit support, moves several non-core packages to separate projects, and performs a final clean-up on the code base and documentation. This release marks the long-awaited transition from alpha to beta status.
Release Notes: This release removes bdist_mpkg support, which was causing errors on Leopard when installing via easy_install.