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I am using this in a windowless compile to monitor my pppoe ip and upload a modified html template to my providers web site. Works well, no leaks. This is the core of the script:
use Win32::TieRegistry qw( :REG_ :KEY_ ); $regkey = "Some_Registry_Key_Under_HKLM"; waitForChange(); sub waitForChange { $machKey= $Registry->Open( "LMachine", {Access=>KEY_READ(),Delimit +er=>"/"} ) or die( "Can't open HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE key: $^E\n" ); $key = $machKey->Open($regkey) or die( "Can't open key: $^E\n" ); $TiedHashRef = $key->TiedRef; $TiedHashRef->RegNotifyChangeKeyValue( 1, REG_NOTIFY_CHANGE_LAST_S +ET, 0, 0 ); # block until key changes. # Key has changed... do something waitForChange(); # restart the change notifier } exit();

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in thread Sample Script to monitor Registry changes by Anonymous Monk

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