[OS X Emacs] Applescript hooks

David Reitter david.reitter at gmail.com
Wed Feb 10 19:11:15 EST 2010

On Feb 9, 2010, at 9:47 PM, Brad Anderson wrote:
> Yeah, I'm not so hopeful.  After opening nsterm.m, I realized that was the first Obj-C file I've ever opened.  Going to slink back to Erlang and hope someone feels like knocking this out.  I have no clue.

If you speak C, and you've done object-oriented programming before, then learning Obj-C is no big deal (it wasn't for me).  

Depending on the AppleScript API, just creating an interface to evaluate arbitrary Lisp code (like with "emacsclient") would be relatively simple.  But I would still go for something even simpler if somebody wants to just get started with Emacs 23 and the NS port, or Aquamacs.  Contributors are very welcome!

- D

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