You can do anything you want, except find the darn thing on the hard
disk. Yes, some of us actually want the current path to the running
app, even if it might move again in the future. In OS 9 you could
move or rename apps just fine while they were running and still find
them. (You couldn't delete them, but I think that was by design—let's
face it, how many of us are writing apps which will keep on running
if the whole bundle suddenly got rm -rf'ed? This is just a basic way
of protecting the user.)
GetProcessBundleLocation() would seem to do exactly what you want.
It's marked as available in 10.0 and up.
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