What is it? ===========
wreg is a module implementing functions to access and manipulate the Windows Registry. The main goal is to simplify both the substring notation for registry keys an the access to registry data.
What's new in version 1.2.2? ============================
* removed 'Regedit' from the __all__ list
* added 'Reg' to the __all__ list
* Pseudo Registry code completely rewritten so you can use both 'Registry' instances and 'RegObject' instances on a windows platform.
* changed the __repr__ so printing a key doesn't print all it's subkeys and values ('pydoc wreg' now works correctly on windows)
Where can I get it? ===================
wreg is located at http://www.ewi.utwente.nl/%7Egansevle/python/wreg-1.2.2.zip
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