Core App. Learn about the objects that you use to interact with the system. AppKit in macOS includes new features, as well as API changes and For information about earlier releases, see AppKit Release Notes for macOS Views and Controls. Present and define the interactions for your content.
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NSWorkspace – AppKit | Apple Developer Documentation
One typical use of this is to floor the value, and check against the values provided in NSApplication. You’ll notice the code snippet you quoted doesn’t include an explicit check for It’s just the implicit fallback after all of the other checks. One other aspect to be aware of is the availability, notice for example:.
Do these constants typically only show up in the version after they are current?
Or is this method of checking version numbers now outdated? If so, what is the replacement?
I’m guessing because the referwnce version number of the shipping AppKit of That is, the SDK has to be finalized before the framework is.
One other aspect to be aware of is the availability, notice for example: Available in OS X v A hypothetical example in a future version of NSApplication. Recerence are some other useful constants that might prove useful for version checks: Marking updated APIs in headers: Sign up or log in Sign up using Google.
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