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  1. library in Swift to ease the integration of updates from within Alfred. the API is basically four (3+1, or 2+2 if you prefer) methods: 1. check if an update is available (compares latest version on GitHub release VS the version of your local Workflow): if let release = Updater.checkUpdate(for: "godbout/AlfredKat") { // release.version, release.file, release.page available } 2. launch the update Updater.update(with: release.file) 3. notify (useful before launching at it is blocking) Updater.notify(title: "Alfred Kat", message: "downloading your s... workflow") 4. open release page (or anything for that matter) Updater.open(page: release.page) more on GitHub: https://github.com/godbout/AlfredWorkflowUpdater currently the update will be blocking your Script and the notification icon is the Script Editor one. this should get better in subsequent updates. enjoy ☀️
  2. to create Alfred ScriptFilter results in Swift. the code: https://github.com/godbout/AlfredWorkflowScriptFilter if you care about the why, a bad blog post: https://sleeplessmind.com.mo/news/alfred-workflow-scriptfilter-another-one/ it's probably missing some stuff as it's built mainly for my current needs, so don't hesitate to bitch and i'll see what i can do!
  3. This workflow is a replication of my "tm:select" command of the Text Massager Workflow done in Swift. You have to have xCode 6 beta 4 to recompile the executable, but it should run on any system that is OS Maverick and up. Instructions for recompiling the Alfred Swift Library and the program is in the workflow directory. The one command is "tc:convert". The string given will be shown in capital case, upper case, lower case, and title case. I would appreciate feedback if someone would run this on a system that has never had xCode 6 installed. I suspect a dynamic link library issue, but I am not sure. There is not much documentation on static linking of Swift code, so I am blazing a new trail. GitHub: https://github.com/raguay/MyAlfred Packal: http://www.packal.org/workflow/text-case-converter-swift
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