Hi

I am looking for a visual resource editor for designing dialogs and so on.

Does anyboddy know where I can find one?

Thanks!!
Posted on 2002-12-24 07:37:11 by Guerrilla
Why not RadASM one ??
http://radasm.visualassembler.com/

SV
Posted on 2002-12-24 07:49:21 by sv_reverser
Hi Guerrilla,

You might enjoy Ewayne's 'ResEdit' on his website:

http://asmedit.massmind.org/
Posted on 2002-12-24 07:50:55 by gscundiff
hehe.. Ewayne is adding new features such as extracting resources from PE file and RES files to his resedit. Should be worth the wait

Btw... i just use the editor that comes with the vc
Posted on 2002-12-24 11:01:24 by roticv
Try the Resource Editor from Symantec,it's very powerfull.

Visit Hutch's home page.

You can download the tool from:

http://www.movsd.com/download/nre.exe

Regards,

Vortex
Posted on 2002-12-24 11:53:43 by Vortex
Thanks for all the quick replies!!

I believe that the Symantec resource editor is the best one I've seen so far. Thanks!
Posted on 2002-12-24 12:45:25 by Guerrilla
I am going to try and make my own resource editor...

I'll post it when (if :grin:) it is finished
Posted on 2003-01-03 17:05:45 by Guerrilla
Good to hear Guerrilla !
I really think a modern, independant of any IDE and well written IDE is something that is missing in the windows programming world.

It is true that there is others resource editors but they are all old, or not very user friendly, or, part of a whole development environment and can't be separated from it...

:alright:
Posted on 2003-01-03 18:00:35 by JCP
That's indeed what I tought, but I'm not quite sure about the IDE yet.
Any good ideas here?

Anyway, I attached a sample proggie I made
It's just ment as a test, not as IDE
Posted on 2003-01-04 04:15:00 by Guerrilla
Guerrilla,

Keep going on.
You can add some templates for dialog resources;it can be usefull.

Regards,

Vortex
Posted on 2003-01-04 04:28:31 by Vortex
I need recource editor who can allow me to create dialog box by writing the X,Y,Width,Height of the objects. Not by resizing the window by dragging.

this time i realy sorry for my english :):alright:
Posted on 2003-03-27 11:55:52 by AceEmbler

I need recource editor who can allow me to create dialog box by writing the X,Y,Width,Height of the objects. Not by resizing the window by dragging.

this time i realy sorry for my english :):alright:


RadASM's resource editor allows you to either drag-resize or input pixel sizes directly. The others probably do as well. For RadASM you have only to edit the left/right/width/height fields directly.
Posted on 2003-03-27 12:05:42 by donkey
i have got it but i do not know how to use it ther are tools but ther is no such a thing as DialogBox to choose so i cant do anything with them can u tell me how to use it ???
Posted on 2003-03-27 12:29:52 by AceEmbler
Right click in the project window select "Add New" and choose dialog. A SaveAs dialog box will ask you for a name of the dialog type in something like "main" press OK. A dlg file will be added to your project, double click on it to open the editor. A project must be opened for the Add New menu to be enabled.

Once you have the dialog editor open and have created a dialog, on the toolbar is a button that looks like a Hammer and Wrench in an X, press it to display the editing tools. In the dialog editor there is a properties box that allows you to edit the specific styles and properties.
Posted on 2003-03-27 13:22:35 by donkey
wow this res edit preaty cool, it is better than "nre". It is look a lot like VB.
Posted on 2003-03-27 16:00:43 by AceEmbler
Anyone who tried Open Watcom's resource editor?
Posted on 2003-03-28 02:11:26 by Vortex
Can you tell me were I can download it?
Posted on 2003-03-28 03:23:44 by Guerrilla
Guerrilla: Open Watcom is a great freeware IDE that can target many platforms. It even has an assembler "Wasm" that uses much of the Masm syntax. I had trouble openning it's resource files with standard resource editors, and I'm not sure if the res file can be linked with other non-Watcom object files.
Posted on 2003-03-28 06:46:47 by Masmer
Thanks for your reply:alright:
Posted on 2003-03-28 06:49:38 by Guerrilla
No problem. BTW, TheFreeCountry is back online and has a nice page on various freeware resource editors: http://www.thefreecountry.com/programming/resourceeditors.shtml
Posted on 2003-03-28 09:54:30 by Masmer