MobileStore.app System File...

Discussion in 'iOS Development' started by Ezra, May 22, 2008.

  1. Ezra

    Ezra Well-Known Member

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    Code:
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <!DOCTYPE dictionary SYSTEM "file://localhost/System/Library/DTDs/sdef.dtd">
    <dictionary title="MobileStore Terminology">
    	<suite name="MobileStore Suite" code="msaf" description="MobileStore-specific classes and commands.">
    		<command name="setPassword" code="corepass" description="Sets the store password.">
    			<cocoa class="NSPerformSelectorCommand" key="setPassword:"/>
    			<parameter name="Password" code="pass" description="The password to set" type="text">
    				<cocoa key="Password"/>
    			</parameter>
    			<result type="boolean"/>
    		</command>
    	</suite>
    </dictionary>
    Also, in the tracks.plist there are files like these:
    Code:
    <key>collection-name</key>
    			<string>A Swingin' Affair!</string>
    			<key>copyright</key>
    			<string>1998 Capitol Records, Inc.</string>
    			<key>flavors</key>
    			<dict>
    				<key>1:128</key>
    				<dict>
    					<key>buy-params</key>
    					<string>foo</string>
    					<key>duration</key>
    					<integer>203266</integer>
    					<key>preview-duration</key>
    					<integer>30000</integer>
    					<key>price-display</key>
    					<string>$0.99</string>
    				</dict>
    			</dict>
    
    Could I change the price? lol

    Hmm....

    Thats an interesting file, I wounder what it means..

    Anyone know?

    Edit: Sorry about the wrong section, please move it.
  2. JBB

    JBB New Member

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    You could always try, but it's most probably just what it displays in the UI.
  3. peter321

    peter321 New Member

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    What's interesting is that it seems they will be able to offer trial versions of software.

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