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comment Apple keeps asking me to accept the new iCloud terms and conditions
@Behdad why the question if it cannot actually be refused ?
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comment How can I set a web server in a specific directory in OSX Mavericks?
I had not thought about using something else than Apache (already installed). Maybe I should give it a try to npm. Could you please expand a bit your answer ? How can I access the server at that location ? (I already have the apache server running in port 80). Is it easy to shutdown the server for the directory where I started ?
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comment executing shell script requiring input from the user using the Automator
could you please move your comments as an answer so I can accept it ?
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comment executing shell script requiring input from the user using the Automator
trying to understand ... :) I can refactor the script to read from an input stream indeed, but then how can I make the AppleScript to write in that stream ? . BTW could you tell me if the rest of the Automator action looks fine ? I am wondering if the "cd $1" line is really necessary or redundant. Is the default execution path of a shell script the currently selected folder ?
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comment executing shell script requiring input from the user using the Automator
it expects just a passphrase from the user. It requests this passphrase before using it to generate pgp signatures for all the files in the current folder
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comment executing shell script requiring input from the user using the Automator
yes I just added a figure of the full workflow (only one action)