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How can I group(compile) all image and midi files into EXE file?

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I want to group all image and midi files in the EXE file after compile, but i can't do it now, who can tell me?
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You have to create a resource file (.res).  But to do that you have to have a resource compiler like the one that comes with VC++.
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Just for your info - there is at least one freeware resource file compiler. Go to

http://club.ib.be/jean.marie.deleau/

It accepts BITMAP, ICON, STRING, WAVE and CURSOR rsources.

Does any resource compiler support midi files?
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How about midi file?
Can midi file also add into resource file?

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I'm not sure if they would accept midi files or not, and I don't have any currently available for testing, but:

1.  Even if it doesn't, a resource file is the only way to group all your resources together.

2.  If a resource file accepts wav files, then I don't see any reason it wouldn't accept a midi file.
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