Transient registry entries?
maxime.bellenge at laposte.net
Fri Apr 4 00:30:25 CST 2003
Maybe a little bit off topic but I think it is interesting.
I am working on kernel32 LanguageGroups functions (patch soon) and they
need some registry entries to work. As the registry keys are language
dependent, it could be great if they could be set at install time
according to the will of the user.
On Fri, 2003-04-04 at 00:05, Alexandre Julliard wrote:
> Mike Hearn <mike at theoretic.com> writes:
> > Install time is an extra step that would increase packaging
> > complexity.
> We will need a way to create the initial registry anyway,
> 'regedit winedefault.reg' is clearly not enough, we need to do the dll
> registration etc. So it can be added there.
> > Wine startup would hit startup time. Perhaps, check if the keys exist at
> > startup and if they don't, create them? If the network config changes
> > perhaps a small winelib app that recalculates the keys could be used -
> > tying into kernel notifications could come later. Would that be OK?
> You should be able to do that with a script that calls regedit IMO, no
> need for a Winelib app.
Maxime Bellengé <maxime.bellenge at laposte.net>
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