Creates a directory (without contents) at a given path with given attributes.
- iOS 2.0–2.0Deprecated
- macOS 10.0–10.5Deprecated
- Mac Catalyst 13.0–13.0Deprecated
- tvOS 9.0–9.0Deprecated
- watchOS 2.0–2.0Deprecated
The path at which to create the new directory. The directory to be created must not yet exist, but its parent directory must exist.
The file attributes for the new directory. The attributes you can set are owner and group numbers, file permissions, and modification date. If you specify
attributes, default values for these attributes are set (particularly write access for the creator and read access for others). For a list of keys you can include in this dictionary, Supporting Types. Some of the keys, such as
NSFileHFSTypeCode, do not apply to directories.
YES if the operation was successful, otherwise
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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