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I use macOS and, from Scala, I like to call the default text editor on text files. I want the user to be able to edit/modify the file, and be called back / notified in any form when this editing is finished, thus the editor quit. Alternatively, a notification on any modification after saving (in particular the first) would do the job. Ideally there would be a notification when the external process is actually finished since the text file is only created temporarily by my app.

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  • This is complex as the editor is not under control of the calling code so you need notifications etc. It would be much easier to use a java editor./text widget that you can call and control – Mark Apr 22 '18 at 19:53

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