Unarchives the contents of the nib file and links them to objects in your program.
- macOS 10.0–10.8Deprecated
The location of the nib file specified as an absolute path in the file system.
A name table whose keys identify objects associated with your program or the nib file. The newly unarchived objects from the nib file use this table to connect to objects in your program. For example, the nib file uses the object associated with the
NSNibconstant as the nib file's owning object. If you associate an empty
NSMutableobject with the
NSNibconstant, on output, the array contains the top level objects from the nib file. For descriptions of these constants, see
Top Level Objects
The memory zone in which to allocate the nib file objects.
YES if the nib file was loaded successfully; otherwise,