A ".DS_Store" file is a metadata file on Mac OS X that holds information about folder and icons as viewed and manipulated in Finder. One common reason to manipulate ".DS_Store" files is to create a nice-looking disk image for a Mac OS X installer.
".DS_Store" reading and writing is based on a reverse-engineered description of the file format [DS_Store].
|(require ds-store)||package: ds-store-lib|
path : path-string? verbose? : any/c = #f
The path should be 'same only for a volume root directory; information about a directory is otherwise recorded in its parent directory’s ".DS_Store" file.
The id symbols should each have four ASCII characters. See the ".DS_Store" format description [DS_Store] for more information id and type values.
The data field long should be an exact integer for 'long and 'shor types, a boolean for the 'bool type, a 4-character ASCII symbol for the 'type type, a string for the 'ustr type, and either a byte string, iloc, or fwind for the 'blob type.
#:transparent) t : exact-integer? l : exact-integer? b : exact-integer? r : exact-integer? mode : symbol? sideview? : any/c
A 'pict entry in a ".DS_Store" file references a file through a Finder alias.
|(require ds-store/alias)||package: ds-store-lib|
path : path-string? wrt-dir : (or/c #f path-string?) = #f
|[DS_Store]||Wim Lewis and Mark Mentovai, “DS_Store Format.” http://search.cpan.org/~wiml/Mac-Finder-DSStore/DSStoreFormat.pod|