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December 12th, 2013

@danielpunkass I didn’t realize the sandbox was so lenient; assumed it was getting app info from trusted daemons.

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@danielpunkass @uliwitness Right, in this particular case, I’m going to recommend that the Airmail guys just precompile their script.

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@danielpunkass I don’t know. Don’t some apps need to be launched because they provide the dictionary dynamically?

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@danielpunkass Right. I assume they specifically allow access to /Applications on purpose.

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@danielpunkass “Sandbox: Airmail(75741) deny file-read-data /Users/mjt/Documents/Programming/SpamSieve/build/SpamSieve.app” => error -2741.

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So apparently the app sandbox prevents an app from compiling an AppleScript that targets an app that’s not in /Applications.

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