Write bugs for the ones where there's no non-deprecated method. I don't recall 
all the values, but there may be UNIX-level functions to do some things. And if 
there's no real way now, look up the info on the structures and set them by way 
of the xattr calls.
Gary L. Wade (Sent from my iPad)

> On Oct 13, 2016, at 9:21 AM, Stephane Sudre <dev.iceb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> No specific attributes in the FinderInfo data. I just need to be able
> to get it and set it on another file/folder.
> The labels case you mention is an interesting one. I had not thought
> about it when it comes to cross-compatibility with the different OS
> versions I need to support.
> On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 4:45 PM, Gary L. Wade
> <garyw...@desisoftsystems.com> wrote:
>> What attributes in particular do you need to work with? In case you might be 
>> dealing with labels, those moved from the simple bitmask flag to separate 
>> values in their own extended attribute. Other values may have changed 
>> similarly but I haven't kept up with them.
>> --
>> Gary L. Wade (Sent from my iPad)
>> http://www.garywade.com/
>>> On Oct 13, 2016, at 7:03 AM, Stephane Sudre <dev.iceb...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Question:
>>> Is there a native Cocoa API that can replace the
>>> FSGetCatalog/FSSetCatalog API when it comes to retrieving/setting the
>>> FinderInfo (and FinderExtInfo) attributes of a file?
>>> OS X 10.8 and later.
>>> Problem:
>>> The FS CoreCarbon APIs are deprecated but apparently, there's nothing
>>> to replace them completely in Cocoa (Foundation).
>>> The NSURL resources APIs does not support the FinderInfo attributes
>>> (no obvious key in the broken documentation and using
>>> "com.apple.FinderInfo" does not work).
>>> Workaround:
>>> This can be worked around by using the xattr.h APIs but if it could be
>>> possible to avoid this, it would be better.
> -- 
> Packaging Resources - http://s.sudre.free.fr/Packaging.html


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