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I'm sorry, but large portions of this are going to need a rewrite. The truth is that I'm not a very experienced programmer, and having walked away from this for so long I can see massive problems with certain things I did while writing it -- things that are now keeping me from squashing some nasty bugs, because I can't follow my own code. I made it too convoluted, it's as simple as that, and now I need to simplify it up. The point is that it's going to be a little while before I get another version out. You have my apologies.
A regedit-like interface for editing SavedVariables.lua.
Discussion thread: http://www.wowinterface.com/forums/s...ead.php?t=1189
If you encounter a bug, especially if the program throws an exception at you, send me the exception data and let me know, generally, how it happened. I promise, I'll fix it!
This program is written in C#, and as such requires the .NET framework (version 1.1) to run.
Caution: Editing your SavedVariables file is risky, and a single syntax error at the wrong place can cause you to lose a large section of your data, or even the entire file -- unless you make a backup first. Before making changes, either by hand or using this tool, make a backup.
Also, using this tool by no means prevents you from damaging your file. Apart from the possibility of bugs, user error is still possible. For example, the program does NOT handle any escape characters for you. Also, it does NOT enforce datatypes. This is not because the program is incomplete, but because this is how I want it to work -- giving full power, and full responsibility, to the user. The thought of a "safe editing mode" has occurred to me, but I have no definite plans to implement such a feature at this time.