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10.4: Edit and save binary plist files in emacs, revisited
Authored by: popguru on Jun 28, '05 08:14:15PM
You're correct. Unfortunately, i didn't think of this when I figured out the code. However, you can run the
auto-compression-mode
command to disable compression mode, and then any .plist file you have open will be saved in text format until you re-enable compression-mode using the same command, or restart Emacs. I don't know if there's a way for Emacs to remember whether a file was opened using compression mode or not...anybody have any ideas?

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