A script is a file consisting of AppleScript code. Scripts are Script Debugger’s native documents. Read on to learn how Script Debugger opens and saves scripts.
Learn how Script Debugger:
Opens scripts. What file formats can Script Debugger open? What happens if there’s difficulty opening a file?
Saves scripts. What formats does Script Debugger save in? What additional information does Script Debugger save?
Also, Script Debugger gives you access to secondary information about a script file. Learn about:
Description. A script’s description can serve as a reminder to the developer, an explanation to users, and a splash screen in an applet.
Manifest. Script Debugger creates a summary of what applications and scripting additions are needed in order for your script to be edited and executed.
Library. A script can depend on the loading of code from other scripts. Script Debugger automates this aspect of AppleScript.