Figure 1016 Localizing a Form Using winresexe in Visual Studio .NET

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Figure 1016 Localizing a Form Using winresexe
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Before you make any changes, I recommend choosing File | Save As to choose a culture The culture will be used to format a culture-specific name for the resx file For example, LocalizedForm1resx will be saved as LocalizedForm1en-USresx for the US English culture, just as VSNET does it After you save the culture-specific resx file, make the culture-specific changes and save again Next, you create the set of culture-specific resx files for an assembly, one per form, to use in creating a satellite assembly To do that, you start by bundling them into a set of resources files You can do that using the resgenexe tool shown earlier To execute resgenexe on more than one resx file at a time, use the /compile switch: C:/> resgenexe /compile Form1en-USresx Form2en-USresx
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Running resgenexe in this manner will produce multiple resources files, one per resx file After you've got the resources files for all the localized forms for a particular culture, you can bundle them into a single resource assembly by using the assembly linker command line tool, alexe: [View full width] C:/> alexe /out:en-US\Appresourcesdll /culture:en-US /embedresource:Form1en-US resources,AppForm1en-USresources /embedresource:Form2en-USresources,AppForm2en-US resources The assembly linker is a tool with all kinds of uses in NET In this case, we're using it to bundle a number of resources files into a single satellite assembly The /out argument determines the name of the produced assembly Make sure to pick one of the file names that the Resource Manager will probe for (as shown in Table 101) The /culture argument determines the culture of the resource assembly and must match the culture name for the resources you're building The /embedresource arguments provide the resources files along with the alternative names to match the names that the resource manager will look for By default, alexe bundles each resource into a named container based on the file name However, to match what the resource manager is looking for, you must use the alternative name syntax to prepend the resource namespace Again, ildasm is a useful tool to make sure that you have things right when it comes to building satellite resourcesFigure 1017 shows the result of running ildasm on the Appresourcesdll produced by the earlier call to alexe
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Figure 1017 ildasm Showing a Culture-Specific Resource Satellite Assembly
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Figure 1017 shows two localized forms, one for each of the resources files passed to the alexe file In addition, notice that the locale has been set to en-US in the assembly block This locale setting is reserved for resource-only satellite assemblies and is used by the resource manager to confirm that the loaded resources match the folder and assembly name used to find the satellite assembly
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When there are multiple resources that match the current culture, the resource manager must choose among them For example, if an application is running under the en-US culture, a resource with the same name can be present in an en-US satellite assembly, in an en satellite assembly, and in the main assembly itself When multiple assemblies can contain a resource, the resource manager looks first in the most specific assembly, that is, the culture-specific assembly If that's not present, the language-
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specific assembly is checked, and finally the culture-neutral resources For example, imagine a form that has three resource-specific Text properties: one for a Label control, one for a Button control, and one for the Form itself Imagine further that there are two satellite assemblies one for en-US and one for en along with the neutral resources bundled into the form's assembly itself Figure 1018 shows how the resource manager resolves the resources while running in the en-US culture
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Figure 1018 The Resource Manager's Resource Resolution Algorithm
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Remember that the resource manager always looks for the most specific resource it can find So even though there are three instances of the button's Text property, the most culture-specific resource in the en-US assembly "overrides" the other two Similarly, the language-specific resource for the label is pulled from the en assembly only because it's not present in the en-US assembly Finally, the cultureneutral resource is pulled from the main assembly for the form's Text property when it's not found in the satellite assemblies This resolution algorithm enables resources that are shared between all cultures to be set in the culture-neutral resources, leaving the culture-specific resources for overriding only the things that are culture-specific However, resolving resources in less culture-specific assemblies works only when a resource is missing from the more culture-specific assembly VSNET is smart about putting only properties that have changed into a more culture-specific assembly, but that is not the case with WinRes Because of the way it works, WinRes duplicates all the culture-neutral resource information to the culture-specific resource files This means that when using WinRes, all the resources will need to be localized to a more specific culture, even if they aren't changed from a less specific culture
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