Instance Method

absolutePathForApplication(withBundleIdentifier:)

Returns the absolute file system path of an app bundle.

Declaration

func absolutePathForApplication(withBundleIdentifier bundleIdentifier: String) -> String?

Parameters

bundleIdentifier

The bundle identifier string. This value corresponds to the value in the CFBundleIdentifier key of the app’s Info.plist file. For example, the bundle identifier of the TextEdit app is com.apple.TextEdit.

Return Value

The file system path to the app bundle identified by bundleIdentifier, or nil if the bundle cannot be found.

Discussion

It is safe to call this method from any thread of your app.

See Also

Methods

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Opens the specified file specified using the default app associated with its type.

Deprecated
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Opens a file using the specified app.

Deprecated
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Opens the specified file and optionally deactivates the sending app.

Deprecated
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Opens a file using the default app for its type and animates the action using a custom icon.

Deprecated
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Launches the specified app.

Deprecated
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Launches the specified app using additional options.

Deprecated
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Returns the full path for the specified app.

Deprecated
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Returns the full pathnames of all currently mounted removable disks.

Deprecated
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Returns the mount points of all local volumes, not just the removable ones returned by mountedRemovableMedia().

Deprecated
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Returns a dictionary with information about the current active app.

Deprecated