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How to get directory path.


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I want get diroctory path of an apllication where application stores its logs in mac os x . how can i get this work programmatically ... Is there any prefrences settings about it how can i get this setting?
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Are you trying to get the directory for logs created by your application or another? I don't know how you'd do this programmatically but you could use Console (/Applications/Utilities) to find them.

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