Work with Mac plists at a low level

This module is a low-level interface to the Mac OS X Property List (plist) format in either XML or binary. You probably shouldn't use this in applications–build interfaces on top of this so you don't have to put all the heinous multi-level object stuff where people have to look at it. You can parse a plist file and get back a data structure. You can take that data structure and get back the plist as XML. If you want to change the structure inbetween that's your business. :) You don't need to be on Mac OS X to use this. It simply parses and manipulates a text format that Mac OS X uses. If you need to work with the old ASCII or newer JSON formet, you can use the *plutil* tool that comes with MacOS X: % plutil -convert xml1 -o ExampleBinary.xml.plist ExampleBinary.plist Or, you can extend this module to handle those formats (and send a pull request).

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