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xiaolaba



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any resource editor can be used for asm code export easy ?
sometime and something would be convenient to build simple GUI with few menu items or buttons.

any tool is available and easy for ASM code ?

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Post 07 Apr 2017, 04:26
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Trinitek



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You're asking for a resource editor?

Visual Studio can do it. On the installer screen, you will want to select the "C++/Win32 Workflow," which will install the Win32 SDK and associated tools, including RC.exe.
Post 07 Apr 2017, 05:03
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revolution
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xiaolaba wrote:
... simple GUI with few menu items or buttons.


Trinitek wrote:
Visual Studio can do it.

Hehe, are you sure? It is only how many GB download?
Post 07 Apr 2017, 05:31
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Trinitek



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revolution wrote:
Hehe, are you sure? It is only how many GB download?

It's not as bloated as it used to be! My install with .NET and Win32 workflows with some extras only comes out to 6 GB (probably)!

I'm not about to suggest some hot garbage like Watcom's resource editor. If there's something else out there, I'd be interested myself.
Post 07 Apr 2017, 05:50
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zhak



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rc.exe can be found alone over the Internet and I find it the best resource compiler available.
Post 07 Apr 2017, 08:55
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Tomasz Grysztar
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This reminds me that my PE formating macros for fasmg still miss the "resource from" feature from fasm. I should write it when I find some time.
Post 07 Apr 2017, 15:17
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xiaolaba



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Trinitek wrote:
You're asking for a resource editor?

Visual Studio can do it. On the installer screen, you will want to select the "C++/Win32 Workflow," which will install the Win32 SDK and associated tools, including RC.exe.



it was good tool but somehow distraction when simple task has to be finish.
really wanna a click and go, that is one of FASM programmer mind set.

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