These scripts, written in Perl, are quite simple in nature. I spend a lot of time cleaning out and exploring preference files when administering Mac OS X machines, and Mac OS X 10.4's propensity toward binary .plist files made this process much more tedious. The apparent alternative is a GUI, such as Apple's very own "Property List Editor" application. While such tools have their places, I am not a fan of managing .plist files with a GUI, especially when I don't necessarily know what I want to do until I perform a grep or two. Hence these scripts, which should work in any version of Mac OS X, but are ideally suited to Mac OS X 10.4 and more...
RequirementsMac OS X 10.3 or later
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