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Resource Editor for Windows Applications to replace Icon , open source, quick and simple [closed]

Resource Editor for Windows Applications to replace Icon , open source, quick and simple [closed]

I am using Windows XP, Windows 2003 and Windows 2000.

Asked by: Guest | Views: 66
Total answers/comments: 2
Guest [Entry]

"Resource Hacker is a good resource editor.

You might be interested also in ResEdit. It's free and updated regularly.

What is ResEdit?

ResEdit is a free Resource Editor for
Win32 programs. You can use it if you
want to use dialogs, icon, version
information or other types of
resources. Output files can be
compiled by any Win32 compiler, like
MinGW and Microsoft Visual C++. To
open a file which uses Win32 API
symbolic constants, you will also need
Win32 header files (usually coming
with you compiler)."
Guest [Entry]

Try IcoFX. (See this tutorial). I found it to be much easier to work with than Resource Hacker.