Delphi Haven – At the risk of the blind leading the blind… An OS X GUI application is conventionally ‘bundled’ or put into a special directory structure whose root has an .app extension (see here and scroll down for Apple’s documentation on what the structure actually entails). In Finder (the OS X equivalent to Windows Explorer), right click on an application’s icon and select Show Package Contents to inspect this structure. One irritation with Finder (at least for me) is that you can’t show hidden files and directories with it. As a workaround, I’ve installed the ...
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