LaunchControl is a frontend launchd (8) that lets you manage and debug system services and user on your Mac. All documented features of launchd (8) support. Reports potential problems even before work starts and always ensures create valid configurations.
Invalid services are highlighted and a description of the problem is provided. You can enable or disable services with one click. The same goes for loading, unloading and ad hoc boot. A long list of jobs can be filtered by job name and / or several properties, helping you find what you are looking for in an instant.
But LaunchControl is not just another plist editor. It provides a dedicated interface for each key launchd configuration. The interface is adapted. It shows only the information relevant to the selected job. Do not waste time trying to figure out why a job is not behaving as expected.
LaunchControl performs a thorough analysis of their work and are likely to encounter the problem in an instant and tell you how to fix it . Provides most of the functionality of the launchctl line utility commands, all you need to create, edit, delete or debug launch services and even includes a log viewer, so you do not have to activate Console.app and create custom queries.
Sometimes you may upload, download, start or stop a job quickly without looking at LaunchControl order each time.
QuickLaunch is a small extra menu that lives in your menu bar. It contains a list of selected works and their respective state.
To add a job to this menu, select it in LaunchControl and select Office> QuickLaunch menu. This menu option will be checked to indicate that the work has been
added. Clicking again work QuickLaunch menu again be removed. launchd currently supports more than 36 key documented.
LaunchControl facilitates discovery. Each key on the panel of the palette is recorded, so you do not have to consult the manual page. Search
by category, name or description. Once found, drag an item of the blade section to section configuration to add this key.