Resource Finder Utility

. RscFinder is a handy tool that helps finding executables or DLLs in Windows 95/98 or NT. Enter a text you are looking for and RscFinder searches all menues, dialogs, stringtables and messagetables of all files in a folder. RscFinder looks and works like the find-tool in the start menu. After searching, a list of hits is displayed. You can copy the path of the filename to the clipboard and open the file with DevStudio ("Open as: Resources") or another tool that displays resources.

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  • This is a very good tool

    Posted by Legacy on 02/10/2000 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Raju.M

    VeryVery Very Good Tool

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  • Great tool

    Posted by Legacy on 01/18/2000 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Shay Peleg

    Thank you for this great tool.

    It would be nice to be able to search compiled resource files as well (*.res).
    I know many VB users will appreciate that.

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  • My god, this is FABULOUS!!!

    Posted by Legacy on 01/12/2000 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Tim Tabor

    Now, if only double-clicking opened the resource in dev studio ...

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  • Plan to release source also ?

    Posted by Legacy on 09/01/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Muthukumar

    The tool is great.
    I would appreciate if the source code is also published.
    A DLL with API interface would also be fine.

    You might also include serching the registry!

    great !

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  • Good! But...

    Posted by Legacy on 08/05/1999 12:00am

    Originally posted by: Philippe Lhoste

    That's quite a useful tool indeed. And you manage Unicode strings too! Thank you.

    Some remarks on the GUI:
    - I would have liked to have an Iconize and a Maximize buttons. Good to have made it resizable, but what is the point if you can't maximize it instantly? Probably a side effect of creating an application from a dialog box. I don't like these much, though, for the above reasons, because they disappear if you accidently hit the Esc key after a several minutes search, etc.

    - I don't like the grey labels in the List headers (I have non-standard colors). Use system colors, please.

    - Minor point: Menues? I am not the English expert (you may have guessed...), but everywhere I see Menus. Well, perhaps there are variants.

    - I would like to save or print the result of a search...

    Otherwise, a very fine product.

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