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Redwood Resource Extractor is a free development tool that allows you to view and save resources from an EXE, DLL or OCX file. Redwood allows you to extract symbols, cursors, images, string tables, version information, and more. Windows freeware is intended for development purposes only.
Extract resources from EXE files
The tool is very simple and light. To start, you must open the Redwood EXE file. When you open it, a dialog box appears inviting you to open the executable from which you want to extract the resources. Once you have selected your file, click the Open button and you are done.
In the left tree structure, resources are categorized and you can open any node to see the underlying resources. Sequoia can be used to get all the resources listed in the following list :
- Icon files
- String tables
- Version info
- Some binary files
- ICO image graphics
- Dialog control
- Many other resources.
To extract a resource, select it in the left tree and click on the’Extract’ button. Now select a location where you want to save the resource and click the Save button. You have now separated this resource from the EXE file. The same applies to OCX, DLL and CPL files.
Software is indeed a useful tool for developers. He does a job that’s not so ordinary, but it’s still perfect to do it. Redwood can even store 256 ICO 256×256 files very easily. The user interface is beautiful and easy to use. Automatic updates are enabled by default and can be disabled by clicking the third button – the’Auto Update’ button. Redwood requires no configuration and is available in a portable format, so you don’t need to install it.
Download Redwood Resource Extractor
Click here to download Redwood. This is a must for developers.
Some of you may also want to take a look at Resources Hacker.
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