Initializes and returns a newly created NSURL object as a file URL with a specified path.
- iOS 2.0+
- macOS 10.0+
- Mac Catalyst 13.0+
- tvOS 9.0+
- watchOS 2.0+
The path that the NSURL object will represent.
pathshould be a valid system path, and must not be an empty path. If
pathbegins with a tilde, it must first be expanded with
Tilde In Path
pathis a relative path, it is treated as being relative to the current working directory.
An NSURL object initialized with
This method assumes that
path is a directory if it ends with a slash. If
path does not end with a slash, the method examines the file system to determine if
path is a file or a directory. If
path exists in the file system and is a directory, the method appends a trailing slash. If
path does not exist in the file system, the method assumes that it represents a file and does not append a trailing slash.
As an alternative, consider using
file, which allows you to explicitly specify whether the returned
NSURL object represents a file or directory.