Lingon 3.1.3

Free and open source GUI for creating/controlling launched config files
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Lingon is a graphical user interface for creating an editing launchd configuration files for Mac OS X Leopard You can use launchd on a Mac to launch scripts and applications whenever something special happens or at a specific time or periodically.

You get all your launched configuration files listed in a table so you easily can see which are loaded and what they do, and you can also load and unload any easily.

If you want to create or edit a launchd configuration file you can do that in Lingon through an assistant or in an easy graphical way (or through an built-in text editor, should you want to).

Main features:

  • Lingon can start an app, a script or run a command automatically when you want
  • You can schedule it at a specific time, regularly or when something happens
  • You can make sure that an app automatically restarts if it crashes
  • Lingon can do all this for you and much more

last updated on:
November 27th, 2012, 21:20 GMT
file size:
921 KB
license type:
developed by:
Peter Borg
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.7 or later
binary format:
Intel only
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What's New in This Release:
  • Addressed a possible issue when choosing what to run
  • Addressed a rounding off issue when running jobs at intervals
  • Removed a harmless log entry that appeared when a job is loaded
  • Some other smaller bug fixes
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