1 Reply Latest reply: Jun 26, 2012 11:58 AM by Omita RSS

    Auto close Extension Manager from Command Line?

    Omita Community Member

      I'm putting together a simple shell script to build a tool so that our Continuous Integraion system can build this tool.  The scirpt works but I can't figure out how to close Extension Manager once the job is done...

       

       

      Shell Script:

       

      #!/usr/bin/env bash

      app="/Applications/Adobe/Adobe Extension Manager CS5.5/Adobe Extension Manager CS5.5.app/Contents/MacOS/Adobe Extension Manager CS5.5"

       

       

      filename=MyToolsName

      srcMxiPath="$filename.mxi"

      outMxpPath="$PWD/$filename".mxp

       

       

      echo "Outputting Adobe Extention Here: $outMxpPath"

      "$app" -package mxi="$srcMxiPath" mxp="$outMxpPath" timeout=30

        • 1. Re: Auto close Extension Manager from Command Line?
          Omita Community Member

          I needed to add:

           

          -suppress

           

          Here is the completed script:

           

          #!/usr/bin/env bash

          app="/Applications/Adobe/Adobe Extension Manager CS5.5/Adobe Extension Manager CS5.5.app/Contents/MacOS/Adobe Extension Manager CS5.5"

           

           

          filename=MyToolsName

          srcMxiPath="$filename.mxi"

          outMxpPath="$PWD/$filename".mxp

           

           

          if [ -f $outMxpPath ]; then

                    echo Deleting old MXP.

                    rm $outMxpPath

          fi

           

           

          echo "Outputting Adobe Extention Here: $outMxpPath"

          "$app" -suppress -package mxi="$srcMxiPath" mxp="$outMxpPath"