program icons and version info for Windows
Mon May 31 21:10:00 GMT 1999
On Tue, 11 May 1999, Charles Wilson wrote:
> Here's the resource definition file from my "run.exe" program, and the cygwin
> makefile. The icon stuff works, but the version info doesn't (at least when
> built with the stock B20.1 egcs, which was the last time I built this.
> Windres may have been improved since then. When built using msvc, the version
> info stuff does work.
Thanks a lot! The version stuff didn't work as-is, but I probably didn't
have all the right #defines. Anyway, there's also an example in the TCL
source tree (win/tclsh.rc) that I looked at to do mine by analogy.
A related question - when running a TCL script (or in my case a
standalone program built with a TCL GUI), is there a way to replace the
"Tk" icon in a window's upper-left corner with something else? The above
works for changing the icon in windows' explorer, but it doesn't seem to
affect the program's icon in the running window.
Paul A. | firstname.lastname@example.org | Johns Hopkins
Thiessen | http://grserv.med.jhmi.edu/~paul | University
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