A directory that contains an “Glossary” and whose contents are organized in one of several ways recognized by the system.
- display name
A user-visible string displayed in place of an item’s actual name. Display names allow the user to customize the names of key items (like applications) without breaking parts of the system that rely on the original name.
A bundle structure containing a dynamic shared library and the header files and other resources to support that library.
- information property list
A specific type of property list that contains configuration information for a bundle. An information property list file must always have the name
Info.plist. For more information, see Runtime Configuration Guidelines.
- loadable bundle
A bundle whose executable is designed to be loaded into memory dynamically by an application. Loadable bundles are also sometimes referred to as plug-ins.
A directory that the Finder presents to the user as if it were a single file.
An Xcode blueprint for creating a product. A target defines rules for compiling source files, copy resource files, and performing any other steps needed to build the resulting product.
- versioned bundle
A bundle that supports the inclusion of multiple versions of an executable and resources. Frameworks are the only type of bundle that support versions.