On Tue, Oct 27, 2015 at 10:19 PM, Rob Davenport <address@hidden
> True. And looking at the code again, it does seem very odd to be putting
> those values in the App Paths key.
The only things that addpm.exe adds to App Paths are:
- an entry for emacs.exe, with a suitable Path (so it can be run from almost anywhere)
- The path for the Gtk DLLs (which it adds to the Path vaule), if installed. This functionality was removed from the Emacs trunk a few days ago.
> The App Paths keys are for Windowsto more quickly locate an executable - not to hold extra data. Huh
> I could have sworn it created a HKLM\Software\GNU\Emacs key - like where
> you can add xrdb entries to control things prior to the initial frame appearance.
If you're running the 32-bit addpm in a 32-bit Windows, it does just that, and if you run the 32-bit addpm in a 64-bit Windows, it adds it to HKLM\Software\Wow6432Node\GNU\Emacs.
> Btw, I got mingw installed and have successfully built Emacs.
> Now to try modifying addpm. I have to: at least to see if it can
> add the AppUserModelID
That's great. Holler if you need me to try it on my Windows 10 Home.