|Jun 2, 2009, 08:10 AM||#1|
Registing a URL handler with your application
I want to add URL handler for my application. On searching google, I found some information.
In my application, I am following the procedure mentioned in the website Registering URL handler
In the method
- (void)getUrl:(NSAppleEventDescriptor *)event withReplyEvent:(NSAppleEventDescriptor *)replyEvent
I compiled the code in "Release" mode. Now for running the application, I open safari browser and entered "myapp://some_action_or_resource", then press "Enter". Now its opening the application.
I expected "some_action_or_resource" in the console log.
But its not printing the URL. Do I have to do anything in addition to get the URL printed in console log. If I get the URL, I will do other processing needed.
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