If the plist file has a top-level <plist> element, the contents are read as an array (with a dict as plist). If it does not, it is read as an object (the expected behavior). I'll have to check out if there's a plist spec and what/how this should be handled. Dumb fix for now
Bumping node-xcode dependency to 0.3.1 and pluginstall version to 0.3.0 Currently only supports frameworks with a dylib extension that are part of the iOS SDK. This is obviously not sufficient, but a good first start. Further improvements will likely go through node-xcode first.