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I finally got around to updating ScriptExport to the official iPhoto ‘08 export plugin SDK, added a nice icon and treated this as a good excuse to call it 1.0. You can get the result in the usual place. Here’s the ChangeLog:
VERY LIKELY BREAKS OLD SCRIPTEXPORT SCRIPTS!
When you’ve got a project like ScriptExport that uses an undocumented plugin API for an Apple product you tend to greet product releases (and even updates) with a bemused sigh. The iPhoto export API has actually been pretty stable, but it’s always unsettled me to think of the extra work in store if Apple [...]
It looks like the MacWeb has finally noticed my baby! No, not that one. The ugly one. And hey, I got a shout out from no less than John Gruber, which probably single-handedly advances me a degree or two closer to Kevin Bacon.
It’s a nice feeling to see your name in the [...]
I just put up ScriptExport 0.3. Get it while it’s hot!
This version fixes a file-descriptor leak that caused a crash after exporting about 200 items. The new version has been tested with about 1500 items and all is well.
In my continuing quest for blogging/content-management bliss I’ve decided to migrate my website to WordPress. The migration has been painful, but now it appears to be complete enough that I can take the site live. You probably aren’t noticing any dramatic differences, since I ported my oh-so-sexy green and orange theme to WordPress, [...]
I just uploaded ScriptExport 0.2. This version improves compatibility so that SE can be used with iPhoto 5. It also has a new help file that’s still ugly (unstyled) but not ugly anymore (hideous TextEdit.app HTML). Get it while it’s hot!
There are lots of great iPhoto export plugins out there. There's FlickrExport, iPhotoToGallery, Photon, and so on and so on. Each of these has a specific job and performs it admirably. However, there are times when your needs are more specialized and you just have to do your own thing. That's where ScriptExport [...]