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CFPropertyListThe PHP implementation of Apple's PropertyList can handle XML PropertyLists as well as binary PropertyLists. It offers functionality to easily convert data between worlds, e.g. recalculating timestamps from unix epoch to apple epoch and vice versa. A feature to automagically create ... [More]
Summary.Net Library for working with Apples *.plist Files. Designed for plists on the iPhone / iPod Touch (I don't know if apple uses the same format on their Desktop OS, but I guss so) FeaturesCreate, Read and Write *.plist files under .Net Supports *.plist in Biary and XML Format. ... [More]
AboutPlistLib adds support to reading (Apple Cocoa's) Plist files from .NET with support for the primitive types, including arrays and dictionaries. All values are cleanly translated to their .NET equivalents. XibLib, which is included, extends this by providing decoding for (Interface ... [More]
Currently supports only the xml and binary variants (ie not NEXT property lists yet). Pre-alpha quality, but usable to de-serialize and convert to YAML.
Osxcart, or OS X Converting And Reading Tool, is a library designed to import file formats used in Mac OS X, NeXTSTEP, and GnuSTEP into GTK+/GLib-based programs easily, using a lightweight interface. Examples: property lists, RTF and RTFD documents.
as3plistThis library offers a functionality to manipulate Apple property list using actionscript 3. You can use plist to config your flash/flex applications and begin to code quickly with predefined xml format. And you can now use binary format. http://www.apple.com/DTDs/PropertyList-1.0.dtd
DescriptionOverviewiPhone Cocoa Touch / Google App Engine Communication framework. This framework is highlighted in an IBM Developerworks article here. Technologies UsedPython, Google App Engine, and the iPhone SDK Current featuresIncludes a slightly modified version of the python plist library ... [More]
List of librariesCodeBackpack.Plist - loosely-typed data structure capable of storing a handful of primitive scalar types and two container types (dictionary and list), which makes it possible to construct arbitrarily nested structures that can be loaded from XML streams, and written to XML streams. ... [More]