gansevle at mamba.cs.utwente.nl
Thu Jul 8 11:22:49 CEST 2004
Straihghtforward Windows Registry access -- wreg Version 1.2.1
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 1.2.1?
* Requires Python 2.2 and up
* Automatically enables security tokens if the user may Save, Load and
UnLoad a registry key and the platform supports it (i.e. needs win32all).
If the user has no rights or the platform doesn't support changing the
rights, then SaveKey, LoadKey and UnLoad key always return None.
* Added support for loading from, and saving to a regedit-style '.reg'
file (Import and Export methods).
* Added finding and copying Keys (Find and Add methods)
* Usable on non-windows platforms with a pseudo-registry hive (RegObject)
so you can test and/or manipulate '.reg' files (i.e. on Linux), before
applying them on a windows platform.
* Predefined toplevel keys kan directly be used in both the long form and
the short form (i.e.: HKEY_LOCAl_MACHINE and HKLM).
Where can I get it?
wreg is located at http://www.ewi.utwente.nl/~gansevle/python/wreg-1.2.1.zip
Fred Gansevles <mailto:Fred.Gansevles at ewi.utwente.nl> Phone: +31 53 489 4613
Org.: Twente University, Fac. of EWI, Box 217, 7500 AE Enschede, Netherlands
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