On 19-Dec-07, at 8:17 AM, Steve Kalkwarf wrote:
Has anyone made an Applescript to open a Yojimbo note directly in
If not, would the proper procedure be to export the note to disk,
open it in BBEdit and then have the Finder delete it from disk?
Getting the contents of the note to BBEdit (minus all formatting)
is trivial, but any edits you make there will be lost, and not make
it back to Yojimbo.
What are you trying to accomplish?
Basically? Using Yojimbo to store and retrieve text and code
snippets. Yojimbo's RTF certainly isn't ideal for that but BBEdit
having it's own database would be very useful.
With do shell script, textutil -convert HTML plus some fancy
grep, it seems like it'd be possible to preserve what formatting is
useful and strip the rest out. Run html2text.py at the end and it
could even end up as Markdown, as another example.
but any edits you make there will be lost, and not make it back to
I'm assuming a second Applescript would be needed to send info back
to Yojimbo so that'd more properly be a separate topic. But I'm not
experienced with Applescript so first things first, I thought I'd
attempt something very trivial to start out.
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