Resource Hacker
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Resource Hacker™ is a resource editor for 32bit and 64bit Windows® applications. It's both a resource compiler (for *.rc files), and a decompiler - enabling viewing and editing of resources in executables (*.exe; *.dll; *.scr; etc) and compiled resource libraries (*.res, *.mui). While Resource Hacker™ is primarily a GUI application, it also provides many options for compiling and decompiling resources from the command-line.


Command Line Syntax:
Just about all the functionality of Resource Hacker™ can be accessed from the command line without having to open the Resource Hacker™ GUI.
Command line instructions and Resource Hacker™ scripts can remove the drudgery entailed with repeating Resource Hacker™ tasks.
Command-line instructions are a combination of switch statements followed by switch parameters as explained in the following table: Command line statements:

-open filename - the name of the file that is to be modified. It should be a Windows PE file (*.exe, *.dll etc) or a compiled or uncompiled resouce file (*.res or *.rc)
-save usually a filename for the new or modified file, but can also be a folder when extracting multiple resources
-resource filename - contains a resource being added to the opened file.
-action action to be performed on the opened file
  • add - add a resource, but fails if it already exists
  • addoverwrite - add a resource, and overwriting if it already exists
  • addskip - add a resource, but skipping if it already exists
  • compile - compiles a resource script file (*.rc) to a binary resource file (*.res)
  • delete - delete a resource
  • extract - extract a resource
  • modify - modify a resource
  • changelanguage(langID) - changes the language of ALL resources
-mask resource mask - Type,Name,Language
commas are mandatory but each of Type, Name & Language are optional
-log Filename or CONSOLE or NUL
CONSOLE can be abbreviated to CON
Logs the details of the operation performed
If this switch is omitted, the log will be written to resourcehacker.log
-script filename - contains a multi-command script, NOT a resource script for more info: -help script
-help options - command-line or script (always logged to CONSOLE) other switches are ignored.

  1. Switch identifiers (except -script) may be abbreviated down to a single char (eg -res or -r).
  2. Switch instructions do not have to be in any particular order.
  3. File names that contain spaces must be enclosed within double quotes.
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