on copyFile_sourcePath_destinationPath_(theSourcePath, theDestinationPath)
return current application's NSFileManager's defaultManager()'s copyItemAtPath_toPath_error_(theSourcePath, theDestinationPath, missing value)
Hm. Pointless? More than anything I’m trying to understand delegates, but my hope was to make sure my code executes without crashing if it runs into an error like copying a file that already exists at the destination. Is it pointless because I should be managing the errors myself with code? Is it just my implementation that is pointless or are NSFIleManager delegates pointless and ready to be deprecated?
I’ve read your book, but I learn through doing more than reading. I’ve wrapped my brain around much of ASOC in the past month or so, but I struggle when it comes to some delegate issues. Any insight will not be wasted. Thanks. --Andrew