Just a sanity check, this one.
When using singletons like NSFileManager.default() and NSWorkspace.shared(), is there any reason I shouldn’t do this in the property declaration:
property FileManager : a reference to current application's NSFileManager's defaultManager
As opposed to this:
property NSFileManager : a reference to current application's NSFileManager set fileManager to NSFileManager's defaultManager()
I note that you can’t add the parens to
defaultManager if you include it in the property declaration, and I recall some warnings about omitting those, but unsure whether those would come in to play here.