Creating tests with additional binary modules
vshader at gmail.com
Thu Jul 1 15:17:50 CDT 2010
W dniu 1 lipca 2010 21:55 użytkownik Alexandre Julliard
<julliard at winehq.org> napisał:
> Mariusz Pluciński <vshader at gmail.com> writes:
>> W dniu 1 lipca 2010 21:27 użytkownik Alexandre Julliard
>> <julliard at winehq.org> napisał:
>>> You can't do that in the Makefile, you need to generate the files at run
>> Huh, so while executing the test, I need to run at least resources
>> compiler and linker, right? It looks really more complicated way, and
>> I admit that I completely don't know how to do it. Which tools
>> should I use? Can I use Mingw? Can I assume that these tools are
>> installed on system where test is running? Or maybe I should use
>> some tools provided by wine? And, of course, how to make it working
>> on Windows?
> None of that, of course. The resources are built at compile time, at run
> time you create a PE header and copy the needed resource data. You may
> even be able to use UpdateResource to make things easier.
All right, now it's more clear for me. I'm not so familiar with working on
resources, and I didn't know there's API call which can modify resources
in existing binary. I'll try to make it this way, thanks.
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