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Wanted: something more Pythonic than _winreg.

Hello

I'm using the _winreg module to change Windows registry settings, but
its rather low level, and I'd prefer to be working with something more
Pythonic.

Does anyone have any recommendations?
Jonathan
Oct 10 '08 #1
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Jonathan Fine wrote:
Hello

I'm using the _winreg module to change Windows registry settings, but
its rather low level, and I'd prefer to be working with something more
Pythonic.

Does anyone have any recommendations?
Yeah, please implement a nice wrapper and submit a patch to
bugs.python.org. We are looking for a decent wrapper for the windows
registry for some time.

Thanks :)

Christian

Oct 10 '08 #2
On Oct 10, 9:44*am, Jonathan Fine <J.F...@open.ac.ukwrote:
Hello

I'm using the _winreg module to change Windows registry settings, but
its rather low level, and I'd prefer to be working with something more
Pythonic.

Does anyone have any recommendations?

Jonathan
I've used YARW before for nested deletion. It's a little nicer:

http://code.activestate.com/recipes/476229/

There's also this recipe: http://code.activestate.com/recipes/174627/

Other than those, I'm not really aware of much.

Mike
Oct 10 '08 #3

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