Supported File Types

Last update:  January 2014

 

All primary file types supported by RC-WinTrans are listed below.  Support for additional formats may also be possible if a suitable file converter exists (contact Schaudin.com for information).

 

For a current list of all supported file types see the following webpage:
"Supported Platforms and File Types
".

 

Primary file types supported by RC-WinTrans:

 

.NET files:  RESX, binary resource RESOURCES and assembly (EXE, DLL) files.

Supported .NET Framework Versions:  1.1, 2.0, 3.0, 3.5,  4.0 and 4.5.

Also supported:  .NET files from Borland Delphi.

See:  ".NET Files."

 

.NET TXT resources in text file format: .TXT (format: name=value)

.NET WPF (Windows Presentation Foundation) BAML resources and XAML files.

See:  "WPF Localization."

 

Win32: Windows resource script (RC) and binary program/library files

             (EXE, DLL and OCX) files.  See also:  "Win32 RC Files."

MFC Ribbon Bar resources (.mfcribbon-ms files).

ActiveX controls embedded in dialog box resources.

See:  "Localizing ActiveX Control Data."

Multiple-language Win32 EXE/DLL files from single language Win32 EXE/DLL files.

 

Unix INI files and InstallShield SHL strings files (with support for multi-line text and comments).

Windows INI and Unix INI files.

Java properties files (PROPERTIES).

 

64-bit (x64) application files including Windows (EXE/DLL) and .NET Windows Forms (EXE/DLL).

 

XML files supported with XSLT transformation files (stylesheets).

See:  "XML Parser."

 

C/C++ header files.

 

Windows ADM (Administrative Template) files.

 

GNU PO format files that are textual and modifiable.

 

TXT- tab-separated text files (format: <name/ID> TAB <text>).

Further TXT text file formats are supported.

DFM:  Borland Delphi DFM files.

 

 

Other file types supported by custom converters.

Contact Schaudin.com for information and/or a free analysis.

 

 

For a current list of all supported file types see the following webpage:
"Supported Platforms and File Types
".