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  • Lance Edmonds
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    I assume you mean RC.EXE instead of PBRES...?

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    Lance
    PowerBASIC Support
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  • Dominique Bodin
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    Thank's for the advice, all is working now, i forgot to
    specifie the /r option into the command line of PBRES.

    Bye. every one

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  • Patrice Terrier
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    Dominique,

    I am French like you, if ever you need help just give me a call at:
    04.76.98.16.73 (I am living in Grenoble).

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    Patrice Terrier
    mailto[email protected][email protected]</A>

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  • Matthew Berg
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    You have to compile your RC script into a binary RES file, and then convert that into a PBR file which can be included into your PB/DLL or PB/CC program with the #RESOURCE metastatement.

    Your PB compiler should come with a copy of the Micro$oft Resource Compiler, RC.EXE, which should be in the PBDLL60\Bin or PBCC20\Bin as appropriate. Those folders should also have in them a copy of PBRES.EXE which is used to convert the RES files into PBR files.

    I wrote a batch file to automate this process, so everything can be done with one command.

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  • Dominique Bodin
    started a topic How to use .RC files ?

    How to use .RC files ?

    Hello, every one !

    I need some help about the correct use of .RC files,
    on how to convert them to .RES files which then be included
    into .BAS files.

    Could someone explain the complete process to follow ?

    Thank's a lot.
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