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JXA Build System

by eppfel OS X ST2/ST3

Run and Build JavaScript for Automation Scripts and Applets

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JXASublimeText

This package makes it easier to use your favorite editor Sublime Text to program with JavaScript for Automation. This works just on Mac OSX Yosemite (10.10). For now I created the build system.

Install

  1. Use Package Control to install: Search for JXA
  2. OR Download Latest Release and paste into Sublime Package Folder (use Browse Packagesin ST to open Folder)

Features

Build System

Run and Build commands for Scripts, Script Bundles and Applets. Choose Tools > Build Systems > JXA from the menu.

The standard Build command creates an executable and in Apple Script Editor editable script file (.scpt).

The Run command executes the script directly in ST. In the command palette are more variants to build: - Build: App: Build an executable application (.app) - Build: Script Bundle: Build an executable Script Bundle (.scptd)

The Build System takes a vanilla JavaScript file and runs the shell command osascript -l Javascript [file_name] or osacompile -l JavaScript -o [file_name].scpt [file_name]. Look the osacompile manual for more options.