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  1. UPDATE 25/05/13 - rewrote the whole damn thing in python, added aleoop for quick updates Hey guys, I've finished creating a pocket workflow, I know there are several already in the forums, but this one doesn't require your username/password at any point. (Not that other workflow creators are malicious!) You can download it here (https://github.com/altryne/pocket_alfred/raw/master/Pocket%20workflow.alfredworkflow) and all the code on github (the code is a bit of a mess, I was learning ruby as I was writing) Usage : First login with "pocket_login", this will redirect you t
  2. I created a workflow to search rubygems.org if anyone is interested. Download Source
  3. I've started work on a workflow bundle that I intend to use as a base for other scripting workflows. The language I'm most proficient in is Ruby, so I've taken the liberty of creating this for myself and others to use when developing in Ruby. Features: Shows exceptions and debug output in the Mac OS X Console Adds a ruby gems repository to the workflow bundle so you can package gems with your workflow. Provides access to the workflow bundle's info.plist data Provides sqlite3 gem It's incomplete, but I wanted to get feedback from others as soon as possible. For example, I've added a com
  4. Another question :-) How do I get hold of the parameter string using Ruby? Thanks again.
  5. It would be awesome to be given the option to input an arbitrary path to a binary in the "Language" specifier for the various workflow components. This would allow for supporting alternate shells (I've seen a few zsh suggestions on here) or language runtimes (like node). While this could cut down on workflow portability, it would be the workflow author's job to identify requirements to people for the workflow to function. Another reason for arbitrary paths would be to easily support updated/alternate versions of existing language binaries. For example, the built-in OS X version of Ruby is
  6. Hey all, Blogged a tip on bootstrapping Alfred to use a newer version of Ruby with RVM (system Ruby is 1.8.7). http://samrayner.com/posts/alfred-ruby/ Hope someone finds it useful. Cheers, Sam Note: your Workflow will require users to have RVM installed if you use this.
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