|Dec 18, 2012, 03:39 PM||#1|
AppleScript: Set variable to every XML element of a given name
Dear fellow AppleScript programmers,
I have an iOS app that has recipes. Each recipe can be organized by course or by cuisine. Each course and cuisine have their own table view and controller. I need to make sure each recipe is linked to a course and cuisine. Since a storyboard is really an XML file containing all the UI elements, I figured I could create an AppleScript that searches all the table view cells to make sure that all recipes are linked to two table view cells.
Here is my code:
set the_file to ((choose file without invisibles) as string) tell application "System Events" set xml_data to contents of XML file the_file tell xml_data to set tableViewCells to every XML element of xml_data whose name is "tableViewCell" tell xml_data to set subViews to every XML element of tableViewCells whose name is "subviews" tell xml_data to set viewLinks to every XML element of subViews whose name is "view" tell xml_data to set viewControllers to every XML element whose name is "viewController" tell xml_data to set views to every XML element of viewControllers whose name is "view" tell xml_data to set navItems to first XML element of views whose name is "navigationItem" tell xml_data to set recipes to value of XML attribute "title" of XML element navItems end tell
I could do the job myself, but I just don't want to.
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