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Definition Files

An external definition file is optionally used by RTC to define and represent the values for constants in the loaded target executable file. A more detailed description of the RTC definition file format and sample scripts can be found in the RTC Scripting Language Reference within the Resource Tuner Console package.

You can create a definition file using any ASCII text editor. Its syntax is:

#define ItemName ItemValue


 #define str_EntryNumber1   1
 #define str_EntryNumber2   2
 #define my_headerID        65406

Delphi developers can use .DRC files generated by the Delphi Pascal Compiler. These contain compiler-generated resources bound to the produced executable. If the Detailed Map option was enabled (Delphi Menu - Project - Options - Linker Tab - Map File - select the "detailed" radio), they also would contain all strings with corresponding IDs.

For greater detail, see the Edit Strings sample script. It may be helpful to use this example as a template for your own scripts.


Resource Tuner Console comes with the examples that explain basic functionality and demonstrate many of the features available in Resource Tuner Console. Once installed Resorce Tuner Console, you will find the Demo folder in the directory where RTC has been installed. Within this Demo folder, there are 11 subdirectories that contain sample scripts and sample executable files.

All sample scripts are ready to run. Select one of the .BAT files located in the Demo folders to execute the sample script. The script will make changes in the test EXE file. The resulting file will be created in the directory named "Release" under the directory containing the script.

Check out the samples to get an idea what Resource Tuner Console can do for you.

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Resource Tuner Console runs on all versions of Windows from 2000 through Vista, 7, 8, 10 and 11.

Minimum hardware requirements:
Intel Pentium® processor with 166 MHz, 16 MB RAM