public class BinaryPListParser extends java.lang.Object
The NanoXML XMLElement returned by this reader is equivalent to the XMLElement returned, if a PList file in XML format is parsed with NanoXML.
Description about property list taken from Apple's online documentation:
"A property list is a data representation used by Mac OS X Cocoa and Core Foundation as a convenient way to store, organize, and access standard object types. Frequently called a plist, a property list is an object of one of several certain Cocoa or Core Foundation types, including arrays, dictionaries, strings, binary data, numbers, dates, and Boolean values. If the object is a container (an array or dictionary), all objects contained within it must also be supported property list objects. (Arrays and dictionaries can contain objects not supported by the architecture, but are then not property lists, and cannot be saved and restored with the various property list methods.)"
|Constructor and Description|
Creates a new instance.
|Modifier and Type||Method and Description|
Parses a binary PList file and turns it into a XMLElement.
public XMLElement parse(java.io.File file) throws java.io.IOException
file- A file containing a binary PList.