Opening SDK files on Windows?

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  1. daygen4545

    daygen4545 New Member

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    I am wondering if it is possible to open the files made by iphone sdk on windows, like the ones with no extension, .pack,.bar,.pak,or .plist?
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    You can view and edit plists using this
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    daygen4545 New Member

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    lol plist i can edit with ifile, on my itouch, and that program works too, but what about other ones?
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    gojohnnyboi Well-Known Member

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    Well, if you're actually familiar with the file specifications, and you know what you're doing(thus justifying you wanting to actually edit them for some reasonable purpose), any "text editor" will allow you to edit plain text files, which file types such as property lists(.plist extension) are. Other files, which are a binary format, will not be able to be edited via a plain text editor; however, if you know the file format specifications, you can write your own programs to edit them. Some formats are publicly explained, such as the zip format. I'm not sure about the ones you have listed.

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