2012-09-14 14:43
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I want to call an external php script with applescript and alfred. Currently I open the Safari with the url to the php script. This is very annoying. Is there a way to call the php script without open the Safari?

Best regards, emha

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我想用applescript和alfred调用外部php脚本。 目前我用PHP脚本的URL打开Safari。 这非常烦人。 有没有办法在不打开Safari的情况下调用php脚本?

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  • dpwbc42604 2012-09-14 14:45

    PHP scripts / commands can be ran from a standard shell prompt:

    do shell script "php -q " & quoted form of posix path of phpScriptPath

    Source: here


    You can use cURL from the shell, and dump the output. This is kind of like just pinging your script, which I'm guessing is what you want to do. Just replace http://www.google.com with the path to your script. And if you omit >/dev/null 2>&1, you can get cURL's output. This is nice because you can add flags to curl to show headers, do post / get, etc.

    do shell script "curl http://www.google.com >/dev/null 2>&1"
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