Our ever-popular XML and plist parsing tool, PIP, is coming of age with a new, improved version.
Currently in beta-test, and with the updated version available free to current PIP users (following its official release, obviously!), we’ll be announcing more details over the coming weeks.
As a teaser, this is what you can expect from the new version (v1.1):
- Improved GUI – the layout of the application has been updated to improve work-flow
- New Tree View – view your data graphically to see, at-a-glance, the structure of your data
- Automatic XPath Building – Now you can use the Tree View to show PIP the data that you are interested in and PIP will generate the XPath automatically. This even works with Apple’s Property List ‘dictionary’ structures.
- Import/Export Batch Jobs – Set-up a batch job of XPaths for a particular folder structure (iOS Library or Application folders for example) and then export the batch so that you, or anyone else in your lab can re-use it when you next come across the same data
- Command line version – version 1.1 of PIP comes with the “pipcmd” command-line utility, allowing you to integrate PIP into tool chains and other automated tasks