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icoutils

Description: Extract resources from Microsoft Windows binaries
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Size: 1Mb
Version: 0.31.3
Date: 04 May 17
Author: Oskar Liljeblad, Frank Richter
Submitter: o1i
Category: utility/misc
License: GPL
Distribute: yes
FileID: 1601
 
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The icoutils are a set of program for extracting and converting images in
Microsoft Windows(R) icon and cursor files. These files usually have the
extension .ico or .cur, but they can also be embedded in executables and
libraries (.dll-files).

The wrestool program can extract both icons and cursors from 32-bit ("PE")
and 16-bit ("NE") executables and libraries. It writes .ico and .cur files
that can be used on Windows(R) operating systems as well. Other types of
embedded resourced can be extracted, however only in raw form - icons and
cursors require additional conversion before they can be saved as icon and
cursor files.

Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United
States and other countries.

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The wrestool i386/AROS executable is just a quick port. Nothing more than just
two minor changes to the sources and a configure;make. Not further tested. o1i

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