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ResEdit

(programming, tool)
A free resource editor for Win32 programs. ResEdit can create dialogs, icon, version information or other types of resources. Output files can be compiled by any Win32 compiler like MinGW and Microsoft Visual C++.

Latest version: 1.3.5, as of 2007-03-24.

http://www.resedit.net/.

ResEdit

(ReSource EDITtor) A Macintosh system utility used to edit the resource fork, which is the location of program files in Apple's earlier file systems (see HFS). Apple discontinued ResEdit in 1994, but third parties kept it going with enhancements. See also RegEdit.
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