On Wed, 25 Feb 2004, Rene Gutschmidt wrote:
The various alias creation routines created an AliasHandle, ie some data
that exists in memory, they don't write anything to disk. An actual finder
alias has the data from an AliasHandle as one of it's resource, as well as
a few other resources and stuff. I don't recall there being any API
creating actual alias files, although you can probably work out what
resources need to be there.