"do not back up" attribute iOS
dev at digifilm.com
Fri Dec 9 09:22:51 EST 2011
That is all history as far as Apple is concerned.
Apple has started enforcing the 5.01 guidelines and is rejecting apps en masse.
Any app that downloads data and wants it to persist is in for a nasty shock.
Revolution as it stands now is a crippled tool for iOS.
This is a critical fix.
I am amazed that Revolution is not hip to this.
On Dec 9, 2011, at 6:00 AM, Michael Doub wrote:
> Take a look at the specialFolderPath documentation. Location of file, controls backup.
> home - The (unique) folder containing the application bundle and its associated data and folders.
> documents - The folder in which the application should store any document data (this folder is backed up by iTunes on sync).
> cache - The folder in which the application should store any transient data that needs to be preserved between launches (this folder is not backed up by iTunes on sync).
> library - The folder in which the application can store data of various types. In particular, data private to the application should be stored in a folder named with the app's bundle identifier inside library (this folder is backed up by iTunes on sync).
> temporary - The folder in which the application should store any temporary data that is not needed between launches (this folder is not backed up by iTunes on sync).
> engine - The folder containing the built standalone engine (i.e. the bundle). This is useful for constructing paths to resources that have been copied into the bundle at build time.
> On 2011-12-08, at 8:33 PM, ddas wrote:
>> Is there a way to set the file attributes of files in iOS to "do not back up".
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