A sample project that demonstrates how to move a running Mac OS X application to the Applications folder.
- Fixed an exception that could happen.
- Only move to ~/Appilcations directory if an app is already in there.
- Function calls deprecated in 10.7 no longer cause compile time warnings.
- Added Simplified Chinese and European Portuguese localizations
- Garbage collection compatibility added
- Use a new method to check if an application is already running on Mac OS X 10.6 systems or higher
- Use exit(0) to terminate the app before relaunching instead of [NSApp terminate:]. We don't want applicationShouldTerminate or applicationWillTerminate NSApplication delegate methods to be called, possibly introducing side effects.
- Resolve any aliases when finding the Applications directory
- Cleaned up the code a bit. Almost functionally equivalent to 1.5.1.
- Fixed a bug with clearing the quarantine file attribute on Mac OS X 10.5
- Don't prompt to move the application if it has "Applications" in its path somewhere
- Mac OS X 10.5 compatibility fixes
- Fixed a rare bug in the shell script that checks to see if the app is already running
- Clear quarantine flag after copying
- Compile time option to show normal sized alert supress checkbox button
- German, Danish, and Norwegian localizations added
- Copy application from disk image then unmount disk image
- Spanish, French, Dutch, and Russian localizations
- Prefers ~/Applications over /Applications if it exists
- Escape key pushes the "Do Not Move" button
- First release
Builds and runs on Mac OS X 10.4 or higher.
- Andy Kim
- John Brayton
- Chad Sellers
- Kevin LaCoste
- Rasmus Andersson
- Timothy J. Wood
- Matt Gallagher
- Whitney Young
- Nick Moore
- Eita Hayashi (Japanese)
- Gleb M. Borisov (Russian)
- Wouter Broekhof (Dutch)
- Rasmus Andersson / Spotify (French and Spanish)
- Markus Kirschner (German)
- Fredrik Nannestad (Danish)
- Georg Alexander Bøe (Norwegian)
- Marco Improda (Italian)
- Venj Chu (Simplified Chinese)
- Sérgio Miranda (European Portuguese)
- Victor Figueiredo (Brazilian Portuguese)