Subject: Re: qtopia
To: None <tech-kern@NetBSD.org>
From: Peter Seebach <email@example.com>
Date: 06/07/2006 14:13:37
In message <625EA40C-5112-4718-994B-235E353581E5@shagadelic.org>, Jason Thorpe
>I think the main user of binary plists in OS X is for app / system
>prefs. Most everything does use XML -- lots of Info.plist files for
>bundles, for example.
Actually, prefs seem to be text nearly always, and by default. The biggest
collection of binaries I found was localization property lists which are only
ever used internally by an app.
>The flattening part is actually the toughest thing to do in our
>proplib wrt. bplist support.
BTW, is the lack of floating-point support a design thing or just a lack of
motivation to implement it right away?