import _winreg does not work. How do I fix?
mikit at zoran.co.il
Wed Nov 26 08:28:57 CET 2003
> Sounds reasonable, but if what you say is true, I am surprised that not
> all Python 2.3.2 releases are not equal.
> How good is your information? Is it authorative?
It's not authorative. It's experience :-)
See Jimmy's mail about OS differences. If you want Python to be the
same in all OS's you'll get the lowest common subset of functionality.
> I could hack it with a true win32 python, but my gut says this is not
> the way to go.
You can either write a module that wraps regtool. Another way is to
a C module that does registry work and use SWIG, Boost, ... to make it
a Python module.
Yet another option is to write the .reg file and let Windows handle
IMO if runtime is not that important create a winreg module the uses
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