(* Open Terminal Here A toolbar script for Mac OS X 10.3/10.4 Written by Brian Schlining *) property debug : false -- when the toolbar script icon is clicked -- on run tell application "Finder" try set this_folder to (the target of the front window) as alias on error set this_folder to startup disk end try my process_item(this_folder) end tell end run -- This handler processes folders dropped onto the toolbar script icon -- on open these_items repeat with i from 1 to the count of these_items set this_item to item i of these_items my process_item(this_item) end repeat end open -- this subroutine processes does the actual work -- this version can handle this weirdo case: a folder named "te'st"ö te%s`t" on process_item(this_item) set thePath to quoted form of POSIX path of this_item set theCmd to "cd " & thePath & ";clear;" tell application "iTerm" activate -- just open a terminal and cd to thePath --set newWindow to (create window with default profile) set aWindow to current window if aWindow is equal to missing value then set aWindow to (create window with default profile) else tell aWindow set t to (create tab with default profile) end tell end if tell current session of aWindow write text "cd " & thePath & ";clear;" end tell end tell end process_item
iTerm2 version 3 Open iTerm Here Script
iTerm2 has new major upcoming release (v. 3). I upgraded but found that the AppleScript dialect that iTerm used has changed. This change broke my handy little script that launches iTerm from a Finder window. So I took a few minutes to update it. The new code for iTerm2 v3 is below. Just copy and paste it into a new ScriptEditor window and save as iTermHere.scpt. You can then export it as an Application from ScriptEditor and drag it to your Finder toolbar. Here's the code:
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