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A parser for NeXTSTEP-style plists.

Project Description

nsplist

nsplist is a package that provides a parser for the NeXTSTEP plist text-based format. A common usage is parsing iTunes In App Purchase receipts to be able to reject them early, without having to make a request to the iTunes API.

This is distinct from the Apple plist format, which has more supported types and serialises to XML or binary.

Examples:

>>> import nsplist
>>> print nsplist.loads('{"x" = "1"; "y" = "2";}')
{u'x': u'1', u'y': u'2'}
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