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Sashimi is friggin awsome. I like better than UC. Babba-boey
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Thanks, but as I stated before, SASHIMI isn't meant to be a direct competitor to UC. In fact, the new version will incorporate UC for full config.txt processing.

If you want to cook in something to automate additional storage card installs, then UC is the way to go. If you can do with a little less automation for more features, then SASHIMI may be your fish.
 
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Like SASHIMI very much! It's fantastic! Good job and well done.

One question though, if I have a XML settings file, how can I use SASHIMI to push the settings in?

The XML settings file is for my exchange server.

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Like SASHIMI very much! It's fantastic! Good job and well done.

One question though, if I have a XML settings file, how can I use SASHIMI to push the settings in?

The XML settings file is for my exchange server.

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Right now, you can't. You would have to make a .CAB file from the XML. basically you name it _setup.xml and then use any method of packaging a cab file.

However, SASHIMI 3.0, which will be released in the next couple of days will have the ability to Provision XML files the same way it does .REG and .MSCR files. So, I would suggest just hang on for a day or two and then you will have your wish!
 
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Right now, you can't. You would have to make a .CAB file from the XML. basically you name it _setup.xml and then use any method of packaging a cab file.

However, SASHIMI 3.0, which will be released in the next couple of days will have the ability to Provision XML files the same way it does .REG and .MSCR files. So, I would suggest just hang on for a day or two and then you will have your wish!
Thanks. Waiting for SASHIMI 3.0.
 
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Me too. Still salivating... I am going to flash one of the new HTC stripped down versions to play with this. I hope to be able to export my personal info and etc. to get up to speed quickly. I anticipate this is going to be the best app of 2008...
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Me too. Still salivating... I am going to flash one of the new HTC stripped down versions to play with this. I hope to be able to export my personal info and etc. to get up to speed quickly. I anticipate this is going to be the best app of 2008...
Thanks for your support... I'll give you a heads up to get the customization file ready so you will be able to use it when it comes out.

SASHIMI 3.0 will use a file called regexport.ini in the \bin directory.
Create this file as a normal text file of the following format:

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[MySettings]
RegExportDirMode = Manual
key1 = HKCU\
The first field (the section header) "MySettings" can be called whatever you want. It must be enclosed in brackets like in my example. This is the name of the .reg file that will get created.
The second field "RegExportDirMode" should be set to either "Manual" or "Auto". This controls where the file gets created. If Manual, it goes into the \manual\reg\export directory, if Auto it goes \auto\reg\export.
The next field is the regkey you want to export. In my example I used HKCU\ so it will export the entire HKCU subtree. You can add additional lines after this in the format name = key. The name can actually be anything you want, it doesn't matter, but to keep it simple you should probably just keep on like key1, key2,...key23, etc. and the key is the location you want to export.

Here is another example

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[MySettings]
RegExportDirMode = Manual
key1 = HKCU\
 
[MySoftware]
RegExportDirMode = Auto
key1 = HKLM\Software\
gobbledegook = HKLM\Apps\
This example will create two files, MySettings.REG in the manual directory and MySoftware.REG in the auto directory. Each file will contain the keys listed in it's section. Then, when you run SASHIMI to install it will prompt you for the manual .REG keys and automatically install the autos...just like previously.

I hope this meets the needs expressed in previous posts. It takes a few minutes to build the file, but it is easy and modular. Of course SASHIMI will allow you to also do a full reg export, backup, and restore too but you need to be careful when restoring backups between ROMS (nothing new there)!.

It should be up by tomorrow, but maybe I'll get it up later tonight.
 
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Sounds great... Can't wait...
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3.0 is available. Check the first post

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Finally back from being MIA. Work was a PITA today. I will download and try it soon... but I think I need a nap first.
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