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adding version info to a delphi 1 dll

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This should be pretty simple.  How do I add version info to a delphi 1.0 dll?  It is the same as a MS C/C++ dll?
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You can find it in the Windows API help file included in Delphi1.0. Search the topic: VERSIONINFO. You will find detailed information.If you make this resource file you have to add to your application with {$R versinf.res} if it's compiled as versinf.res.Good luckGabor
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If that answer was too cryptic for you, I'll be more than
happy to supply one with better wording.  I've done just
what you are asking many many times.

And so that you don't think I'm a leach...you can continue
to award the points to gabor...I'm not really here for the
points anyhow...well, maybe sometimes I am...  :)
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