Easily Modify .ini Files with iniEditor for WM
Most Windows Mobile users know about the existence of ini files. These basic text files contain information that most programs will use for defaults and user defined settings. If you are familiar with this kind of file, you also know that understanding the whole thing is not always easy. To help us navigate through these tangled messes, XDA member michoob has created a Mortscript app that will create a user friendly menu out of the ini file in question. Why do you need this? If you have ever seen an ini file, and tried to modify it, you will understand why this is useful.
Drop by the thread and have a look at the app. Leave any feedback for the dev so that improvements can be made if needed.
It’s very usefull as a developper to use .ini file to store settings of apps or MortScript scripts.
Unfortunately, you may have so many complicated settings (check IPTWeather for instance ), that you or newbies would like to be able to edit those settings without having to open the .ini configuration file.
That’s why I’ve created the iniEditor.mscr script to get a friendly menu out of an .ini file:
You can find more information in the application thread.
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