|Nov 2, 2011, 07:03 PM||#1|
Long story short, I don't have any access to Xcode, or any way to get access to it. Is there any way I could make a program with a GUI that will have about 10 buttons, and each will run a Python script?
White MacBook, 2.13 GHz, 2 GB RAM, 160 GB HD
Dell w/ 4GB RAM, AMD Athlon
iPod Touch 4G (or 5G :P), 32GB, iOS 5.1, awaiting jailbreak.
|Nov 2, 2011, 08:09 PM||#3|
Xcode is available as an optional package on the installation disks for OS X versions previous to Lion, but if you don't want to use it at all check out separate GUI applications such as Cocoa Dialog or Pashua.
MacBook Pro / OS X Mavericks (10.9.3) / Xcode 5.1.1 / RubyMotion FTW
|Nov 3, 2011, 12:09 AM||#4|
If all you want to do is trigger Python scripts from a GUI interface, you can use a macro program like Keyboard Maestro to do this. Just set up a macro for each script and trigger them via the macro palette.
Alternatively, you can just put all of the scripts in ~/Library/Scripts, and they'll appear under the Script menubar item, which you can enable in the preferences for AppleScript Editor.
A third option would be to bake each scripts into a separate application using Platypus, then just launch them like any other app.
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