|Rick Mark <firstname.lastname@example.org>
|Wed Oct 13 06:01:31 2021 -0700
|Nikias Bassen <email@example.com>
|Mon Feb 07 10:02:52 2022 +0100
cython: Fix for LibTool compilation and Python 3 libintl On Python 3.9 `libpython` no longer is linkable as a static library due to the fact that `libpython` now depends on `libintl`. This would mean we would have to import `libintl` to create a fully linked .la It is better to be explicit that we are building a .so (really a .dylib but autotools uses linux file conventions) that doesn't have to be fully resolved.
A small portable C library to handle Apple Property List files in binary or XML format.
The project provides an interface to read and write plist files in binary or XML format alongside a command-line utility named
Some key features are:
plistutil utility for the command-line
First install all required dependencies and build tools:
sudo apt-get install \ build-essential \ checkinstall \ git \ autoconf \ automake \ libtool-bin
If you want to optionally build the documentation or Python bindings use:
sudo apt-get install \ doxygen \ cython
Then clone the actual project repository:
git clone https://github.com/libimobiledevice/libplist.git cd libplist
Now you can build and install it:
./autogen.sh make sudo make install
Then simply run:
plistutil -i foobar.plist -o output.plist
This converts the
foobar.plist file to the opposite format, e.g. binary to XML or vice versa, and outputs it to the
Please consult the usage information or manual page for a full documentation of available command line options:
plistutil --help man plistutil
We welcome contributions from anyone and are grateful for every pull request!
If you'd like to contribute, please fork the
master branch, change, commit and send a pull request for review. Once approved it can be merged into the main code base.
If you plan to contribute larger changes or a major refactoring, please create a ticket first to discuss the idea upfront to ensure less effort for everyone.
Please make sure your contribution adheres to:
We are still working on the guidelines so bear with us!
This project is licensed under the GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1, also included in the repository in the
Apple, iPhone, iPad, iPod, iPod Touch, Apple TV, Apple Watch, Mac, iOS, iPadOS, tvOS, watchOS, and macOS are trademarks of Apple Inc.
This project is an independent software library and has not been authorized, sponsored, or otherwise approved by Apple Inc.
README Updated on: 2020-06-12