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= All-purpose Property List manipulation library

Plist is a library to manipulate Property List files, also known as plists.  It can parse plist files into native Ruby data structures as well as generating new plist files from your Ruby objects.

== Usage

See USAGE[link:files/docs/USAGE.html].

== Links

[<b>Project Page</b>]          http://plist.rubyforge.org
[<b>Subversion repository</b>] svn://rubyforge.org//var/svn/plist
[<b>RDoc (on RubyForge)</b>]   http://plist.rubyforge.org

== Credits

plist is maintained by Ben Bleything <mailto:ben@bleything.net> and Patrick May <mailto:patrick@hexane.org>.  Patrick wrote most of the code; Ben is a recent addition to the project, having merged in his plist generation library.

Other folks who have helped along the way:

[<b>Martin Dittus</b>] who pointed out that +Time+ wasn't enough for plist <tt>Dates</tt>, especially those in <tt>~/Library/Cookies/Cookies.plist</tt>
[<b>Chuck Remes</b>] who pushed Patrick towards implementing <tt>#to_plist</tt>
[<b>Mat Schaffer</b>] who supplied code and test cases for <tt><data></tt> elements
[<b>Michael Granger</b>] for encouragement and help

== License and Copyright

plist is released under the MIT License.

Portions of the code (notably the Rakefile) contain code pulled and/or adapted from other projects.  These files contain a comment at the top describing what was used.

=== MIT License

:include: MIT-LICENSE


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