> Eric Albert <ejalbertstanford.edu> writes:
>>In article <qoty8z6vbxn.fsfvenus.ling.helsinki.fi>,
>> Jussi Piitulainen <jpiitulavenus.ling.helsinki.fi> wrote:
>>>Hello, where can I learn about pbs, because I want to know what
>>>property lists it reads?
>>What would you do with that list? I can think of a few ways to
>>derive it, but I'm not sure what the point would be. There's
>>probably a better way to do whatever you're trying to accomplish.
> My real mission is a bit frivolous. I want to get rid of the following
> message that appears in console.log a few seconds after login:
> 2003-07-10 20:11:55.481 pbs CFLog (0):\
> Old-style plist pr: missing semicolon in dictionary.
> 2003-07-10 20:11:55.488 pbs CFLog (0):\
> The file name for this data might be (or it might not):\
> There are such .plist and .strings files, zoneinfo/Europe/Helsinki is
> not one of them, but I cannot identify the right one, if indeed the
> message is about a file.
> How would you find out what pbs reads? I have tried /usr/bin/strings
> on /System/Library/CoreServices/pbs - a Mach-O executable - but then I
> ran out of ideas.
> The machine came with 10.1.4, I think; now at 10.2.6; Finnish,
> English, one account was Spanish for a while and some applications
> still remember it; no login items.