jared (just another registry editor) is a Java library for editing the Windows registry. It reads a registry file into memory and allows modifications and rewriting of the file. It also contains a command line program for mods using a .reg file. The code supports gcj. jared is particularly appropriate for modifying or analyzing registry hives offline.
|Tags||System Administration Windows Recovery Tools|
|Operating Systems||Windows Linux|
Release Notes: A few minor changes were made that greatly enhance the chance of the program working correctly. Changing the registry name is allowed. 0 is always used for dummy1 in security key. Emptying caches is allowed. Unifying dates is allowed. The "-c" switch was added to reg_imp, which sets any AppCompatCache value names to zero. This works around a problem in which very large binary values were set for them.
Release Notes: This is the initial public release.