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Changing Registry settings from a C program
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Harry Potter
2010-07-04 22:40:53 UTC
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I am writing an installer for a program and need to modify the system
registry. I am having trouble finding the apppropriate information on
MSDN. I looked everywhere. I had b5ms but lost it. I could also use
the command format in a .rc file for the ICON command and how to
assign it to a control box and a static control. Thanks in advance.
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Dee Earley
2010-07-05 09:37:56 UTC
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Post by Harry Potter
I am writing an installer for a program and need to modify the system
registry. I am having trouble finding the apppropriate information on
MSDN.
The Reg* API.
Personally, I'd use a proper installer like Inno though.
Post by Harry Potter
I looked everywhere. I had b5ms but lost it.
Err, what?
Post by Harry Potter
I could also use
the command format in a .rc file for the ICON command and how to
assign it to a control box and a static control.
MSDN contains the help for RC files, or use an RC editor.
You then use the WM_SETICON message.
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Harry Potter
2010-07-05 12:00:28 UTC
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Thank you!
Post by Dee Earley
Post by Harry Potter
I am writing an installer for a program and need to modify the system
registry.  I am having trouble finding the apppropriate information on
MSDN.
The Reg* API.
Personally, I'd use a proper installer like Inno though.
Post by Harry Potter
I looked everywhere.  I had b5ms but lost it.
Err, what?
Post by Harry Potter
I could also use
the command format in a .rc file for the ICON command and how to
assign it to a control box and a static control.
MSDN contains the help for RC files, or use an RC editor.
You then use the WM_SETICON message.
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iCode Systems
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