Dev Tool: ProvxmlReg Converter|XrMeLg for WM
XDA member kokotas presents this tool specially for Windows Mobile developers. XrMeLg is a tool to convert provxml files to reg files and back. The dev mentioned that this tool is really simple to use as a GUI.
This is a Windows command line tool which accepts an xml registry provisioning file as the only command line argument.
Net. Framework is required.
Originally posted by kokotas
[TOOL][19/Nov/10]ProvxmlReg Converter|XrMeLg v126.96.36.199[ONLINE]
XrMeLg is a tool to convert provxml files to reg files and reverse
16/Nov/10 – Initial release
16/Nov/10 – v.188.8.131.52
Added drag n’ drop support (Just drag n’ drop a file on the EXE and have it converted)
Removed unnecessary creation of *_mui_sz.reg
19/Nov/10 – v.184.108.40.206
Fixed reg–>provxml bug regarding registry key removal
If you test it please report any suggestions or any bugs found
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