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21308 Nov 6,2004 06:55 AM Nov 7,2004 08:26 PM General Discussion 1
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Administrator [Syncfusion]
Asked On November 6, 2004 06:55 AM

Hello, I''m curious to know how you generate your strongly typed SR.cs file that appears in the source code of your projects. I see a reference to "SRGen" but this doesn''t seem to ship with the source package - is this a .NET Framework tool or something custom made? If it is custom made, can you make it available? It looks like a great way to help manage string resources. Thanks!

Daniel Jebaraj [Syncfusion]
Replied On November 7, 2004 08:26 PM

Hi Paul, This is an internal tool. Please send me an email (danielj__NO_SPaMMM@syncfusion.com) and we will send it to you. We will also look into making this available as part of our product distribution. Thank you for using our products. Best regards, Daniel >Hello, > >I''m curious to know how you generate your strongly typed SR.cs file that appears in the source code of your projects. I see a reference to "SRGen" but this doesn''t seem to ship with the source package - is this a .NET Framework tool or something custom made? > >If it is custom made, can you make it available? It looks like a great way to help manage string resources. > >Thanks!

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