Creates a link from a source to a destination.
- macOS 10.0–10.5Deprecated
- Mac Catalyst 13.0–13.0Deprecated
A path that identifies a source file or directory.
The file, link, or directory specified by
source must exist.
A path that identifies a destination file or directory.
The destination should not yet exist. The destination path must end in a filename; there is no implicit adoption of the source filename.
YES if the link operation is successful. If the operation is not successful, but the handler method
YES, also returns
YES. Otherwise returns
Because this method does not return error information, it has been deprecated as of OS X v10.5. Use
Copies the directory or file specified in a given path to a different location in the file system identified by another path.
Moves the directory or file specified by a given path to a different location in the file system identified by another path.
Deletes the file, link, or directory (including, recursively, all subdirectories, files, and links in the directory) identified by a given path.
Returns a dictionary that describes the attributes of the mounted file system on which a given path resides.
NSFileManager object sends this message to its handler for each error it encounters when copying, moving, removing, or linking files or directories.
NSFileManager object sends this message to a handler immediately before attempting to move, copy, rename, or delete, or before attempting to link to a given path.
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