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タイトル Resource Hacker
URL http://www.angusj.com/resourcehacker/
バージョン 5.0.42   4.7.34   4.6.32   4.5.30   4.5.28   4.4.26   4.4.24   4.3.20   4.2.5   3.4.0  
更新日 2018/06/05
追加日 2013/08/17
種別 フリーソフト
説明 実行ファイルのリソースを修正。


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2018/06/05 ver 5.0.42

Resource HackerTM
... a freeware resource compiler & decompiler for Windows® applications
Version 5.0.42
Last updated: 4 June 2018
Copyright 1999-2018 Angus Johnson
Compiling can be initiated either by opening an existing resource script file, or by creating one from scratch using Resource Hacker's editor.
A complete list of Resource-Definition Statements can be found here.
Additional features of Resource Hacker's compiler include: The #INCLUDE directive (to access definition statements in header files etc) can be nested to multiple levels, as can the #IF, and #IFDEF directives.
Compiler error messages are reported, even errors nested within INCLUDE statements ...
Viewing and Editing Resources:
Menu and Dialog resource types have their own WYSIWYG designers:
Binary resources that have unknown formats will be displayed as read-only binary text. (Any resource can also be viewed in this fashion if desired.)
Other Actions:
Command-line instructions are a combination of switch statements followed by switch parameters as explained in the following table:

2018/04/13 ver 4.7.34

Version 4.7.34
Last updated: 13 April 2018
Dialog, menu, string-table, message-table, accelerators and Delphi/Object Pascal form resources can all be easily edited and recompiled using the internal resource editor.
Changes since version 3.6:
Update: The dialog editor has been improved significantly.
Update; The menu editor has had a minor update too.
Bugfix: Saving RC files was saving the compiled script instead.
Other: A number of other minor updates and fixes too.

2018/03/29 ver 4.6.32

Version 4.6.32
Last updated: 29 March 2018
Copyright ゥ 1999-2018 Angus Johnson
Changes since version 3.5:
Bugfix: Fixed bugs when extracting text resources to RC files from the commandline (related to ansi/unicode conversion).
Update: More logical naming of binary files when extracting to RC files.
Bugfix: Occasionally the pop-up display of menu resources was too narrow to show all the menu items.
Update: Numerous other minor cosmetic changes and fixes.
EXE install (2.9MB)

2016/11/27 ver 4.5.30

Version 4.5.30
Last updated: 27 November 2016
ResourceHacker.exe -open .\in\resources.rc -save .\out\resources.res -action compile -log NUL
ResourceHacker.exe -open old.exe -save new.exe -action addskip -res missing.ico -mask ICONGROUP,MAINICON,
Update: Very minor cosmetic improvements
EXE install (2.8MB)
ZIP install (3.1MB)

2016/11/25 ver 4.5.28

Version 4.5.28
Last updated: 25 November 2016
Command Line Syntax:
Just about all the functionality of Resource Hackercan be accessed from the command line without having to open the Resource HackerGUI.
Command line instructions and Resource Hackerscripts can remove the drudgery entailed with repeating Resource Hackertasks.
Commandline instructions are a combination of switch statements followed by switch parameters as explained in the following table:
Command line statements:
filename - the name of the file that is to be modified. It should be a Windows PE file (*.exe, *.dll etc) or a compiled or uncompiled resouce file (*.res or *.rc)
filename - the new name of the modified or newly created file, either a modified opened file or an extracted resource
filename - contains a resource being added to the opened file.
action to be performed on the opened file
compile - compiles a text resource file (*.rc)
add - add a resource, fails if it already exists

2016/10/06 ver 4.4.26

Version 4.4.26
Bugfix: Minor bug decompiling some version info resources

2016/10/06 ver 4.4.24

Version 4.4.24
Last updated: 6 October 2016
Bugfix: The toolbar state wasn't being preserved between sessions

2016/09/11 ver 4.3.20

Version 4.3.20
Last updated: 11 September 2016
Copyright ゥ 1999-2016 Angus Johnson
Changes since version 2.5:
Bugfixes: Numerous fixes to commandline processing
Bugfixes: Other minor fixes
Setup executable (2.85MB)

2016/02/06 ver 4.2.5

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Version 4.2.5
Last updated: 17 August 2015
Copyright ゥ 1999-2015 Angus Johnson
Freeware - no nags, no ads and fully functional.
Compiling can be initiated either by passing a resource script file as a parameter on the the command line (see below), or by using Resource Hacker's text editor.
Supported compiler directives include: #DEFINE, #UNDEF, #IF, #ELIF, #ELSE, #IFDEF, #IFNDEF, #INCLUDE, and #PRAGMA.
The #INCLUDE, #IF, and #IFDEF directives can all be nested to multiple levels.
Script comments are preceded either by double forward-slashes (//) or by a semi-colon (;).
Filenames in within resource statements can only be parsed as strings, so they MUST be enclosed within double-quote characters otherwise compile errors will be raised.
A complete list of Resource-Definition Statements can be found here.
Viewing Resources:
Once a file has been opened, most resources will be displayed as either an image (or group of images) or as decompiled text:
However, some resource types will be displayed in both its compiled form (eg dialog or popup menu) and in its decompiled text format.
Some resource types can only be displayed as a dump of raw byte data:
Using the internal editor to modify text-based resources:

2003/07/25 ver 3.4.0