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Easy Windows-Registry display & manipulation in Python.

from rage import RegistryKey

# Open some key
key = RegistryKey(some_registry_path)

# Print names of all subkeys
for key_name in key.enum_keys():
    print key

# Get a subkey
subkey = key["subkey-name"]

# Print out all the subkey's values
for name, value in subkey.values:
    print repr(name), value

# Set one of the values
editable_subkey = subkey.get_editable()
editable_subkey.values["my value name"] = RegSZ("Value value!")

# Delete a value
del editable_subkey.values["value to delete"]

# Delete a subkey
editable_subkey.delete_subkey("subkey name", recurse=False)
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