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Author mark.dickinson
Recipients JT.Johnson, Sworddragon, amaury.forgeotdarc, eric.araujo, loewis, mark.dickinson, tomzych
Date 2010-06-12.23:02:47
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From various other sites, and from experiments (thanks Eric Smith) it looks like the associations reported by 'assoc' and 'ftype' aren't necessarily the associations that are actually being used.

Sworddragon:  can you get any useful information out of the Windows registry (e.g., using regedit, searching for Python.File, and looking under shell\open\command), or by setting file associations through the Control Panel?

I don't know enough about Python on Windows to know whether there's any hope that this is a problem that can be solved at the Python end, but I'd guess not.
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