Instance Method

noteFileSystemChanged

Informs the NSWorkspace object that the file system has changed.

Declaration

- (void)noteFileSystemChanged;

Discussion

The NSWorkspace object then gets the status of all the files and directories it is interested in and updates itself appropriately. This method is used by many objects that write or delete files.

The NSDocument and NSSavePanel objects use this method when saving a file. If you create a file directly, you should call noteFileSystemChanged so that the Finder can update the folder if it is open.

See Also

Deprecated Methods

openTempFile:

Opens the specified temporary file using the default app for its type.

Deprecated
findApplications

Examines all apps and updates the records of registered services and file types.

Deprecated
noteUserDefaultsChanged

Informs the NSWorkspace object that the defaults database has changed.

Deprecated
slideImage:from:to:

Animates a sliding image from one point to another.

Deprecated
checkForRemovableMedia

Polls the system’s drives for any disks that have been inserted but not yet mounted.

Deprecated
fileSystemChanged

Returns a Boolean value indicating whether a change to the file system has been registered with a noteFileSystemChanged message since the last fileSystemChanged message.

Deprecated
userDefaultsChanged

Returns a Boolean value indicating whether a change to the defaults database has been registered with a noteUserDefaultsChanged message since the last userDefaultsChanged message.

Deprecated
mountNewRemovableMedia

Returns the full pathnames of any newly mounted disks.

Deprecated
mountedRemovableMedia

Returns the full pathnames of all currently mounted removable disks.

Deprecated
mountedLocalVolumePaths

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

Deprecated
activeApplication

Returns a dictionary with information about the current active app.

Deprecated
launchedApplications

Returns an array of dictionaries, one entry for each running app.

Deprecated