A document class that mimics
UIManagedDocument to support Core Data in all its modern glory:
Saves to a file package
On 10.7+, asynchronous saving is supported. We set up a parent/child pair of contexts; the parent saves on its own thread
Full support for concurrent document opening too
Subclasses can hook in to manage additional content inside the package
A hook is also provided at the best time to set metadata for the store
New docs have the bundle bit set on them. It means that if the doc gets transferred to a Mac without your app installed, with the bundle bit still intact, it will still appear in the Finder as a file package rather than a folder
If the document moves on disk, Core Data is kept informed of the new location
If multiple validation errors occur during saving, the presented error is adjusted to make debugging a little easier
And of course, full support for Autosave-In-Place and Versions
Standard BSD licence.
Please see the header file for the full text.
Documentation is automatically generated from
BSManagedDocument.h and published at http://cocoadocs.org/docsets/BSManagedDocument/
.h to your Xcode project and carry on your merry way. Or if it's more your style of thing, we're on CocoaPods too.