FCFileManager - iOS File Manager on top of NSFileManager for simplifying files management.

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iOS File Manager on top of NSFileManager for simplifying files management. It provides many static methods for executing most common operations with few lines of code. It works by default in the Documents directory to allow use of relative paths, but it's possible to work easily on any other directory. Copy FCFileManager.h and FCFileManager.m to your project.

https://github.com/fabiocaccamo/FCFileManager

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