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utility to read and query Windows NT/2000/XP registry
RegLookup is an small command line utility for reading and querying Microsoft
Windows NT/2000/XP registries.
Currently the program allows one to read an entire registry and output it in a
(mostly) standardized, quoted format. It also provides features for filtering
of results based on registry path and data type.
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Changes: reglookup (0.4.0-1) unstable; urgency=low
[ David Paleino ]
* Initial release (Closes: #403244).
* Changing copyright on packaging.
* Fixed copyright information.
[ Christophe Monniez ]
* New maintainer.
[ Daniel Baumann ]
* Cleaning up rules file.
* Adding full license headers to copyright file.
* Sorting vcs fields in control file.
* Upgrading package to debhelper 7.
* Updating to standards 3.8.0.
* Moving -Wall to CFLAGS for consistency.
* Not using copyright symbols.
* Fixing my incomplete commit from transforming the quilt patch to rules.
* Reordering rules.
* Removing unneded debhelper calls from rules.
* Overwriting variables in make call of rules rather than patching upstream
* Rewriting copyright in machine readable form.
* Don't use abbrebriations for Windows version in package description.
* Don't use (R) symbols in package description.
* Correcting url to gitweb in control.
* Setting maintainer address to Debian Forensics.
* Bumping package to debhelper 6.
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