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I have the following applescript Spyder3.applescript :

on run
 do shell script "/usr/local/miniconda3/bin/spyder3"
end run

I want to compile it to an Application, so I type this command :

$ sudo osacompile -o /Application/Spyder3.app Spyder3.applescript

but I get this an coreFoundationUnknownErr error :

osacompile: couldn't write to file /Application/Spyder3.app: coreFoundationUnknownErr (-4960).

Can you help me ?

  • If you're trying to appify a command line executable, then have a look at: Platypus – user3439894 Sep 19 '17 at 15:29
  • @user3439894 Thank your answer, however, I'd like to be able to do that from the command line without having to install an graphical application – SebMa Sep 19 '17 at 16:06
  • I do not have miniconda3 or spyder3 installed, so I can't test with that, however I have no problem from Terminal, creating a testapp.applescript file, e.g. touch testapp.applescript, ... nano testapp.applescript, ... adding three lines, on run, say "hello" and end run, saving it... Control+X Y Enter and then osacompile -o /Applications/testapp.app testapp.applescript, without sudo under macOS 10.12.5. It does so without error and I can go to Applications in Finder and double-click the testapp app, and it runs without issue. Can you do that without error? – user3439894 Sep 19 '17 at 16:52
  • @user3439894 You are right, I don't need the sudo – SebMa Sep 20 '17 at 10:09
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I was mistaken about the Applications directory name.

I wrote /Application/Spyder3.app instead of /Applications/Spyder3.app

I'm sorry

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