Are there any tutorials on how to utilize resource files with MASM out there? Any opinions on the various resource editors out there and how one may obtain Borland's Resource Workshop?
Posted on 2000-12-13 12:28:00 by Fitz
Hello Fitz, you can get the Borland Resource Workshop at http://www.crackstore.com I don't know whether this is a illegal copy and I don't use any resource editors at all. Maybe this program is available too at http://protools.cjb.net To use them in a program I think that there are enough programs that show how to use defined resources out of rsrc.rc I think Ewayne's CD Player for example has some dialogs in the rsrc.rc file. Go and find some examples. It is not that hard to do it. Stefan
Posted on 2000-12-13 16:39:00 by Stefan Krause
I've found the BC++ 5.0 Dialog Editor to be the one of the best. It is not a stand alone product but I believe you can even run bcw from CD if you do not want to install it. Here is a link for ver 5.02 . Well worth the 30$ http://www.mcp.com/detail.cfm?item=1575953021 James
Posted on 2000-12-14 07:45:00 by jcfuller
I have a resource editor that is free and is very good I use it alot, I also know all there is to use it in Masm32 just e-mail me if you want the program and more info and examples.
Posted on 2000-12-15 09:38:00 by Zcoder
I like the resource editor that comes with lcc(a free c++ compiler)
Posted on 2000-12-21 12:26:00 by me
As Stefan Krause said, there is Borland Resource Workshop but there is a one which is good : Microsoft Visual Studio that includes a resource editor (but it's not free) Vom-bonjour:-()
Posted on 2000-12-21 16:37:00 by Vom-bonjour:-()
The Lcc editor mentioned earlier can create/edit the following controls: static text control edit control, both single line (default) or a multiline edit control group box push button check box radio button combo box list box scroll control, either horizontal or vertical static rectangle, either empty or filled icon control month calendar control list view control tab control tree view control progress control spin button slider control and of course menus It can be found here http://www.cs.virginia.edu/~lcc-win32/ gfalen
Posted on 2001-04-01 22:07:00 by gfalen