2189 Views 2 Replies Latest reply: May 26, 2008 4:14 PM by AndrewCapon
You might start by converting to an NSError, using NSError's +errorWithDomain:code:userInfo method. If you call -description on that error, you'll get a string with a textual representation of all the elements of the error.
However, I can't see any method that will give you just the underlying OSStatus error text, without the rest of the elements.
I hate to suggest parsing the string returned from -description, but that may be what you need to do.