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Registrar [Mac/Win]

Registrar Full Crack is an official successor to the old Registry Editor utility, Register.
It has been ported to Gtk# and is written in C#/Mono, using the MonoServices library to access the Windows registry.
Registrar Full Crack is small, light-weight (11 kilobytes) and does not require.NET Framework 2.0 or 3.0.
It has a built-in command-line browser, search and compare functionality, and an integrated DOS control panel.
Registrar is currently a Windows XP (SP2) only application.
While no effort is currently being put into supporting other versions of Windows, the compiler should be able to easily build for other versions, at least for x86 and x64 editions of Windows (as of Mono 2.4, May 2007).
Using Registrar:
Registrar can be used on its own, but will provide much more functionality if you have it connected to a running Registry.
Configuring Register
To get Registrar to connect to the current registry, use the -registry argument.
If you configure Registrar to run as a service, the registry will always be the one currently running under the current user and computer.
Use the -? argument to view usage information.
Connecting to a registry
To connect to a remote registry, use the -host argument with the IP or FQDN of the remote registry.
The remote registry will need to be configured to accept remote connections.
Clicking the buttons on the main page of Registrar will perform basic actions like edit, edit-and-save, clear, copy and copy-and-save-as.
For details on the functionality provided, see the man page or the RegistryGtk+ API docs.
The source code includes an extensive documentation, both online and in the source code.
This documentation is fully generated from the definitions in the source, and I have not attempted to provide any technical detail for the API.
The complete online documentation can be viewed in a web browser, or the complete source code for the documentation can be downloaded.
We are also generating API documentation for the.NET/Mono API, which you can find here.
The latest release of Registrar can be downloaded from the project’s home page:

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Registrar is a Gtk#-based registry editor, designed with System Administration in mind. It provides a simple API to access the Windows Registry through the Mono Registry.
Registrar is also useful for developers who want to extend their applications by interact with the Windows Registry from within their applications.
It also offers ready-to-use widgets for adding and editing items and folders to the registry.
+ Complete look & feel
– Windows version look & feel
– Supports 32-bits & 64-bits Windows
– Works with Mono 2.2+
– Uses standard v2 of the Windows Registry
– Uses the Gtk# registry manipulation system
– Standard system-level objects are exposed in the API
– Supports.Net 2.0 and 3.5 (Just tested on Mono 2.10.1)
– Able to save registry changes.
– Intellisense
– Intellisense with c#, and managed c++ keywords
– Bindings to both the actual Windows Registry and the Mono registry.
– Events
+ Updated to Mono 2.10
+ Event handling
– Loader with Progress-bar
– Error handling
– Includes test cases (See below)
– File save dialog
– Intellisense
– File type filtering
– Load & write support
– Read /Write support for string values
– Load /Write support for unicode values
– Load /Write support for binary values
– Supports values of type:
– L”string”
– L”Binary”
– Int
– String
– Long
– Short
– Time
– Double
– Date
– UInteger
– Currency
– Boolean
– Enum
– DateTime
– Date
– DateTime
– String
– Boolean
– Currency
– Currency
– Float
– String
– String
– String[]
– Boolean[]
– Int32[]
– String[]
– Type[]
– Guid[]
– String[]
– Guid[]
– String[]
– String[]
– Float[]
– Int64[]
– String[]
– String[]
– Ref string[]
– Boolean[]
– List
– Boolean[]
– List
– List[]
– Guid[]
– List
– List

What’s New In Registrar?

Registrar is an editor for the Win32 Registry, similar to the Registry Editor found in Windows. Unlike the native Windows Registry Editor, Registrar is able to handle multiple key and value types at once. It can also handle multiple root keys. Additionally, if a value contains multiple entries in a single line, these are handled automatically.
Now, with Registrar you have a common frontend for different editing tools.
Registrar (or a M:Registrar icon)

The Registry Editor
Type and type list support for various key and value types
Key column and sort order
Key filtering
Multiple root keys
Handle multiple values on a single line

Browse to and open/edit registry keys
Save or reset settings for a specific host
User level control over editing behavior


The Registry Editor
C#, C++ and VB.NET programming interfaces

Support for Windows XP
… and more!

Will it be open source?
Yes, absolutely. The team has created a GPLv3 project and a LAPACK project.

I like the concept, but…
The windows registry is very messy. As long as you are just trying to list key and values, the provided functions are more than enough. If you want to do data manipulation or sync like BitLocker Drive Encryption, however, you need to write your own code that mimics Windows APIs. If that is the case, then Registrar, or at least the key-value related functions, are not enough to save you much time, as you’d need to write your own storage functions anyway.
Besides, I don’t think Register is a good fit for the Windows Registry as it is designed for being used by privileged applications. In most cases, you’d want to list key and values without having administrator privileges, and then you’d use a separate tool like the Windows administrative console that has the proper privileges.

@Jim, the implementation is very simple, but I want to mention that if the user has the set registry access for application he will have the correct access to the registry directly.
The premise of the program is to make the Registry Editor in Mono more user friendly, and it does that.

Great, you’re right. The interface to edit the registry is already there.
Thank you for your interest

System Requirements For Registrar:

◆ Type: DPI (Desktop / Mobile) ◆ OS: Windows 7, 8, 10, Chrome OS, iOS, Android ◆ Display Resolution: 1080p / 1366×768
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◆ Processor: 1 GHz CPU or more ◆ RAM: 1GB or more (1GB) ◆ Graphics: DirectX 11 ◆ Storage: 1GB or more ◆
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