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Article #17510: Converting 16bit resource to 32bit.

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FAQ2510D.txt   Converting 16bit resource to 32bit.
Category   :Object Pascal
Platform    :All
Product    :All 32 bit  

Question:
How can I convert a 16-bit resource file to a 32 bit resource 
file?


Answer:
If you have the original source file (.rc) then you can simply
recompile the .rc file to a .res file using the Borland Resource
Command Line Compiler (brcc32.exe) located in the 
Delphi/C++ Builders bin directory. If you only have a .res file 
to work with, you will need to use a quality resource 
compiler/decompiler such as Borland's Resource Workshop. 
Versions of the Borland's Resource Workshop later than 4.5 
can extract, compile, and decompile both 16 and 32 bit
resource files from a variety of sources including .res, .exe, 
.dll, drv, and .cpl files. The Borland Resource Workshop 
version 4.5 ship with the Borland RAD Pack product line.


7/16/98 4:31:28 PM
 

Last Modified: 01-SEP-99