From the doentation for Bundle services:
Listing 1-6 Locating a bundle using its identifier
// Look for a bundle using its identifier
requestedBundle = CFBundleGetBundleWithIdentifier(
I wrote a mini program to do that and only that; the problem is...
it doesn't work. For the string I've tried "com.apple.Finder", "com.
apple.Safari", ditto.ProjectBuilder, "net.sourceforge.alphatcl", all of
which running at the time and not running at the time, and I got those
strings by looking with the Plist editor at the CFBundleIdentifier of
those apps' Info.plist files. Right?
Well for crying out loud. Would someone please make me feel ...