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I'm looking for alternative win32 resource editors.  I'm using MSVC 4.2 and am running into problems using MSDevStudio's resource editor in a group project.

We'd like to start splitting up the resources to allow for concurrent development and Microsoft doesn't allow that at all with VC4.2.

Borland's Resource Workshop might be better, and we are going to try that, but I was wondering what other alternatives there were  besides Borland and MS.
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There are Symantec C++ and Watcom C/C++ compilers which include resources editors. Watcom sounds like not bad product.
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That's about what I expected, thanks.  Have you used these resource editors yourself?  I was kinda hoping there was a good 3rd party solution where the resource editor was a standalone product that would be able to edit individual .rc files well without having such a monolithic project such as MSDevStudio promotes.

I'll see if I can get a copy of those and check them out.
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