Ok, I was convinced to release my current development bits to the general public for public criticism. A PDF document accompanies the download. Make sure you read that first before installing, because installation is rough to say the least (developer friendly, but not end user compatible). But judge for yourself.
Now for the more interesting part: source code is included! This nice registry editor is open source, licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL). I hope that it can serve for more than just a bad example of how not to do things on a Smartphone . Count on me for documenting the pitfalls and stumbling blocks that I magically wasn't able to avoid.
So without further ado, here is the download. If you want to read up on the history of the project, simply dig into the Smartphone / PPC category of this blog.
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TheServerSide.NET has a nice satire online: Top 10 Things to Be Thankful for in .NET (Flash link). My favorite is "6. Object Orientation in VB.NET - For showing VB6 Developers that what they were doing before wasn't OO. Not even close."