NSWorkspaceCompressOperation Compress file. Currently unavailable. NSWorkspaceDecompressOperation Decompress file. Currently unavailable. NSWorkspaceEncryptOperation Encrypt file. Currently unavailable. NSWorkspaceDecryptOperation Decrypt file. Currently unavailable.
Mostly I want the encryption features…anyone know how I can implement them in a equally simple manner? Im guessing they are unavailable because os x finder can not do it yet….like it could in nine. Which then made me think hmm maybe I can just use a carbon call, but I could not find anything. I think I just wasn’t looking in the right place.
I think they are available. SNAX uses them, I believe.
Well I just tried them….maybe I did it wrong.
NSFileManager *fileManager; NSArray *simple;
fileManager = [[NSFileManager alloc] init]; fileManager = [NSFileManager defaultManager];
simple = [[NSArray alloc] initWithObjects:(NSString *) @”ducktape2 copy.jpg”,nil ]; NSLog(@”%d”, [fileManager fileExistsAtPath: @”/hello/ducktape2 copy.jpg”]);
NSLog(@”%d”,[[NSWorkspace sharedWorkspace] performFileOperation:NSWorkspaceEncryptOperation source:@”/hello” destination:@”” files: simple tag: nil]);
1 (File does exist)
0 (No, I won’t encrypt your file foo!)
When I throw in another operation, like say NSWorkspaceDestroyOperation, it works fine. And of course I didn’t backup that picture. Oh well.
No, I’m pretty sure these operations (Compress/Decompress/Encrypt/Decrypt) really don’t do anything. That’s what “unavailable” means. So 0 means “I don’t understand your request …”