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KetilO
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ResEd 2.1.0.1 relesed
« on: July 03, 2008, 10:45:39 AM »

2.1.0.1 - 2008.07.03
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o Added preview to menu editor.
o Language resource is now a child dialog.
o Fixed problem with edit / richedit ES_NUMBER / ES_DISABLENOSCROLL style.
o Fixed bug when showing menu accelerator on prview of a dialog with menu.
o Fixed bug when dragging the dialog preview, with a menu, over the desiged dialog.

Get it here:
http://www.radasm.com/resed/index.html

NOTE!
Downloading from www.radasm.com can be difficult.
Just keep on trying until you get the whole file.

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alemao_brazil
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Re: ResEd 2.1.0.1 relesed
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2012, 12:53:57 PM »

I was wondering how to correctly link a resource file with dialog style to a asm code.
Could someone give detailed and correct instruction ?

For instance.
In a asm code I have a call do DialogBoxParam, where I pass the style number.
I checked the rc file in visual studio and appears a folder dialog and a subfolder with the correct number of the style.
I know how to produce the res file, but didn't understand how to make the code show the dialog.

Are they linked with a command line tool? And if you modify asm, you need to link the res again ?
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dedndave
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Re: ResEd 2.1.0.1 relesed
« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2012, 01:10:38 PM »

there are a few ways to go, here
ResEd and RadAsm automate things for you a bit

but, doing it with text files and command-line tools isn't hard

attached is a little project with 2 batch files for building
one uses PoLink and one uses MS Link - they are a little different
they use command-line tools that are in the masm32\bin folder

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And if you modify asm, you need to link the res again ?

if you modify the ASM file, you do not need to rebuild the RC, but i usually do   Tongue
i don't like keeping the old OBJ or RES files around - clutters up the folder

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