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Link or Embade a resource file in my .exe at compilation with VS.NET 2003.

P: n/a
I remember the good old time with .rc files that the only thing
that you have to do is a right click, an include of you resource and
everything is visible and working for you project.
I read alot on resources in .NET but I cant beleave that this
simplicity is gone! I have my .resources or .resX file created,
everything work fine. The only think I need to do is compile my
project with the:

/linkres:app.resources flag.
I never saw any place in VS where I can include this flag. Is this a
joke that I need to do this in the command promp? I have a solution
with 5 projects with 50 files, what a hell to do a working batch file
for compilation. Any suggestion, help?
I can't beleave that at the .NET era we need to do this that way.
Thank alot for your time,
Nov 15 '05 #1
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