||Dimke Wave Resources
Most applications for windows which use wave resources are loading them from external files
during runtime. While this makes programming much easier, this also gives the user the chance
to exchange those wave files, and, even worse, if one wants to copy the whole application
there's the risk that one or more files are missing what most likely leads into a misbehaviour
of the program.
This can be avoided by compiling the wave resources into the executable file, what means that
all needed resources are included in one file.
Here you see, how this can be done.
|How it works:
Just look into the source code to understand what's going on.
|How to use:
Just unpack the zip file and run the executable file.
If you want to compile it on your own, you'll have to create an "IDE" file.
It is not included because it depends on the system, and your installation most likely
differs from mine.