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I am working on a project that must compile to produce an output file whose extension is .rfm.  Can anyone point me in the right direction to get more information on how to do this?

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Dave
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Hi!

Do You want to create standard Win32 executable with extension rfm (project settings->general->output file name) or You want to create executable file in rfm format?
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Mukki,

I believe what I need is a Win32 DLL, but I'm not sure what you mean by creating an executable in rfm format.  Could you elaborate on that last part?

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Dave
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If you need a DLL, the steps are basically the same...
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By writing "rfm format" I mean - not Win32 executable format - like coff and omf.

Just change the output executable image file name to something.rfm instead of something.exe or something.dll

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same steps
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