Name: Plisterine Version: 3.0 Mac Platform: Intel Includes: Pre-K'ed OS version: OS X 10.8 or later Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit processor Courtesy of C.O.R.E. Release Date: December 18, 2014 What's New in Version 3.0 Plisterine 3.0 is its biggest update ever! Plisterine has been completely re-written from the ground-up in Objective-C (previously written in AppleScript Objective-C). With the new optimized code comes an improved & more intuitive user interface… and of course, new features! Support for Nice, WorkingDirectory, RootDirectory, QueueDirectories, StandardIn/Out/ErrorPath keys Support for Python, Ruby, and Perl scripts, AppleScript script files, and Automator workflows Combine multiple run parameters for launch agent invocation Ability to schedule launch agents to run once a month Allows for files to be selected for WatchPaths key More Info: https://itunes.apple.com/app/plisterine-launchd-for-rest/id634210019 Launchd for the rest of us Plisterine is an application that will help you easily create, edit, and manage launch agents. Launch agents are magical little files with which you can automate the launching/running of applications and scripts when certain conditions you define are met. Maybe you have a media server and want to ensure iTunes is running all the time, or you rely on Dropbox and can't afford to not have the sync client running all the time. Perhaps you're a computer whiz and are just tired of manually creating the launch agents for all of the other apps and scripts you have which automate everything in your digital life... Plisterine makes configuring launch agents super easy. Seriously, there's nothing easier than using Plisterine. With Plisterine you can create launch agents that launch an application/script: • At a specific time every day , weekday, or day of the month • On an interval, such as every 10 seconds, or every hour • When a change occurs in a folder or to a file • When a new volume or disk is mounted • At load or login • When your application/script crashes (relaunch it) And now with Plisterine 3, you can combine conditions to create complex launch agents. Plisterine supports launching applications, AppleScript files, Python, Ruby, and Perl scripts, shell scripts, & Automator Workflows. You can even write your own shell script directly in Plisterine! Plisterine also has advanced features such as setting the KeepAlive key's SuccessfulExit & AfterInitialDemand sub-keys, and configuring PriorityIO, Nice, EnableGlobbing, Disabled, WorkingDirectory, RootDirectory, QueueDirectories, and StandardIn/Out/ErrorPath keys for launch agents. Plisterine saves your launch agents to the correct location so that they run automatically when they're supposed to.