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  • by pudge (1) on 2005.06.07 18:30 (#40959) Homepage Journal
    Is it a plist file? Apple now uses binary formats for plist files. I don't know how to get at the data programatically, but it's the same data, and Property List Editor (in /Developer/ somewhere) can read it.
    • No, it isn't a plist file, it appears to be encoded somehow, I know apple has used base 64, but this doesn't appear to be base 64 encoded, I could be wrong... I don't have a good resource on what typical encodings look like so I can't really tell.