Python can also be used to script other Mac applications via Apple's Open Scripting Architecture (OSA); see http://appscript.sourceforge.net. Appscript is a high-level, user-friendly Apple event bridge that allows you to control scriptable Mac OS X applications using ordinary Python scripts. Appscript makes Python a serious alternative to Apple's own AppleScript language for automating your Mac. A related package, PyOSA, is an OSA language component for the Python scripting language, allowing Python code to be executed by any OSA-enabled application (Script Editor, Mail, iTunes, etc.). PyOSA makes Python a full peer to AppleScript.
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