New Command-line Resource Editor Released


Heaventools Software has got Resource Tuner Console v.1 out the door.

This command-line resource editor enables you to access and edit resources in large numbers of win32 executable files. It accepts input from a script file, using flexible scripting language, and provides an automated means of stamping file versions during the release process.

If you need to update existing resources, delete, or add new ones for several hundred files, you are more than likely going to want some way to implement this with a batch file. Whenever large numbers of files have to be processed or to be accessible through scripting / batching, you need Resource Tuner Console.

Resource Tuner Console enables you to:

- Add, edit, rename, replace, or delete string resources in executables
- Add, delete, or update file version information
- Modify the language for all of the resources in the files to one uniform value
- Convert a multi-lingual resource directory into a single-language one
- Convert a single-language resource directory into a multi-lingual one
- Create a copy of the resource with another specified language
- Provide support for multi-byte international character sets
- Export and save an entire file's resources as a resource DLL
- Multiple invokations using different parameter values.

Yes, it runs on All Windows (95/98/Me/NT4/2000/XP SP2/2003).

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