using native regedit

Jeff Smith whydoubt at
Tue Oct 22 20:33:23 CDT 2002

I agree that the example should be changed to indicate a
'valid' entry if this is the way it is supposed to be.
This would have saved me a lot of trouble and confusion.
Now I can work on getting native regedit working again.

  -- Jeff S.

>Shouldn't we update the sample entry in documentation/sample/config ?
>  ; you can specify applications too
>-"*\\notepad.exe"  = "native, builtin"
>+"notepad.exe"  = "native, builtin"
>  ; default for all other dlls
>  "*" = "builtin, native"
> > It's the way it's supposed to work, because it mimics the way
> > loadorder works for dlls: a simple "regedit.exe" matches only if
> > regedit is in the system directory. Otherwise you need to specify the
> > full path, or use a wildcard entry like "*regedit.exe".
> >
> > --
> > Alexandre Julliard
> > julliard at

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