2 Replies Latest reply: Jul 28, 2012 6:23 AM by Gnarlodious
Jerry Levan1 Level 1 Level 1 (20 points)

I occasionaly turn scripts into Apps by wrapping them with Platypus.

 

For instance I have written some Python and Tcl/Tk scripts that can access my

Postgresql data bases.

 

In Lion and earlier running a GUI app would read the environment.plist file in

the .MacOSX and add the assignments in the plist to the app environment.

 

I have a plist that contains a number of postgresql environmental variables

that my apps can use to faciltate buiiding a connection to the database.

 

After updating to Mountain Lion these apps no longer appear to use the

variables defined in the plist and each time I invoke the apps I have to

manually supply all of the connection parameters.

 

So, I am starting to think that the environment variables are no longer being

read by the apps.

 

Has anyone else had a similiar experience?

 

Thanks,

 

Jerry


ard, OS X Mountain Lion