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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
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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