HELP: resource compiling!
Fri Jan 2 17:25:00 GMT 1998
NT has problems with .stab & .stabstr
sections, try striping the .exe first,
or running res2coff then linking with
if that fails, then
rsrc.exe from rsxntdj1.zip
will link .res files to .exe's
without error (at least on 95:)
On Fri, 2 Jan 1998 12:29:36 EST, you wrote:
>I'm developing under NT workstation 4 using b18
>I've tried the following approaches to compiling resources into my app (from a
>.rc file). The app will currently compile and run without resources (it will
>just throw up a window)
>1) RCL -> 'not a valid windows NT application' error
>2) WEDITRES.EXE -> doesn't seem to support .rc files. Fairly limited
>functionality from what i can see
>3) RC.exe (microsoft) Compiles -> RES2COFF.exe produces .o file. If this .o
>file is linked in with the main program, running the final exe produces 'not a
>valid windows NT application' error
>Can anybody suggest an alternative - or something i might be able to do to get
>this to run?
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