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Hello All,

I just made a little application with Interface builder and Xcode, and I was wondering how I could protect the content of the application so that the scripts inside could not be opened by the users who would try to modify the app.

Is it possible, and if so, how ?

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From the Applescript Script Editor you have an option to compile which I believe will put the script into a form not recognizable. Perhaps XCode has that option too? I think you might have to save a text version of the file first.

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Actually nevermind, once the app is compiled, none of the script are able to opened outside of the app

Thank for the reply tho
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