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After a couple hours of hacking I managed to come up with a ruby script that generated a GraphViz dot file that describes all of the Universal Type Identifiers on the system. I’ll release it later once I make it a bit more usable, but right now I have a dot file to hand out. If you don’t have GraphViz installed you can download the dmg, or you can use OmniGraffle. Just open up the file in or - note however, that OmniGraffle seems to screw up the border and widths of all the nodes, so if you don’t have a registered version (and thus cannot edit the file), you should stick with Graphviz.


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