On Tue, 19 Feb 2002 18:38:28 GMT, =?iso-8859-1?Q?Colm_MacC=E1rthaigh?= said:
>>After some initial familiarisation it's not bad though, changing
>to config files is doable, all the config functions are nicely
>encapsulated, but why bother ? registry is there so it might
>aswell be used, if you need to keep a copy export the registry
>trunk to a .reg file. Unless it's for the whole being able
>to edit it thing ?
for the handiness of being able to wander around to net cafes when
travelling, or in offices/colleges where the machines are too tightly
locked down to allow you to import a .reg file...
[although ye may as well just compile a custom version which has all yer
settings compiled in, so ye can just go clickety-click once ye download
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