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Packaging .resx files into one .dll

Posted on 2004-08-26
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Hi all.

I have an windows form application that will have multiple language .resx files per form. Is there anyway I can bundle these .resx files into ONE .dll per form? How? If not, do you have any suggestions as to how these .resx files should be packaged with the application? Thanks in advance.

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What I have understood, that you want to create differnt package for different languages. All should have the different .resx files according to the language only ..

After keeping a backup, You can just delete all the unnecessry resx file and bundle them.
then you can again recover the original copy and do the process again for other files.
Or you can make a batch file or macro to do such task for you
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