In article <3fbf83d4$inet.com.pl>, Patryk 'Silver Dream !'
Łogiewa <remove.it.pl> wrote:
I did this circa Lynx.
I don't remember the details, but when launched from the Finder, you
actually get parms sent via (argV, argC). IIRC, the different system
versions send different args, but they're predictable. It's like a
Finder process ID or something. The point is, you can step into the
debugger and take a look using any application with args - Hello World!
Once you do that, simply add a function to read the args, and if the
first one is the "Finder" thing, you know you were launched from the
Now as for arguments in Cocoa, I don't have a clue, but I have to
imagine that all the argument stuff in Project Builder wasnt just for