A pathname, or
Arguments to pass to the pane.
Arguments to pass to the confirmer.
An owner window.
A function or
prompt-for-directory prompts the user for a directory pathname using a dialog box. Like all the prompters,
prompt-for-directory returns two values: the directory pathname and a flag indicating success. The
flag will be
nil if the dialog was cancelled, and
On Windows and Motif, if
:ok, a non-existent directory can be chosen. When set to
:prompt, if a non-existent directory is chosen, the user is prompted for whether the directory should be created. When set to
:error, the user cannot choose a non existent directory. The default value of
file-package-is-directory is handled as by prompt-for-file .
owner specifies an owner window for the dialog. See Dialogs: Prompting for Input for details.
is non-nil, then it must be a function with a lambda list that accepts two arguments. The
function is called with the values that would normally be returned by
prompt-for-directory. On Cocoa, passing
causes the dialog to be made as a window-modal sheet and
prompt-for-directory returns immediately, leaving the dialog on the screen. The with-dialog-results macro provides a convenient way to create a
The prompt itself is created by passing an appropriate pane to popup-confirmer. Arguments can be passed to the
make-instance of the pane and the call to popup-confirmer using
respectively. Currently, the pane used to create the file prompter is internal to the CAPI.
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