.resx files with string values that we use
for error messages and such. They live in
At the moment
dotnet cli doesn't support generating C#
bindings (strongly typed resource files).
We are using our own
Start-ResGen to generate them.
Usually it's called as part of the regular build with
If you see compilation errors related to resources, try to call
.resx files from Visual
Studio. It will try to create
.cs files for you and you
will get whole bunch of hard-to-understand errors.
To edit a resource file, use any plain text editor. A resource file is a simple XML file, and it's easy to edit.
.txtresource files into
dotnet cli doesn't support embedding old-fashioned
.txt resource. You can do a one-time conversion of
.txt resources into
.resx files with a helper
# example, converting all .txt resources under src\Microsoft.WSMan.Management\resources -TxtResourceToXml -Path src\Microsoft.WSMan.Management\resourcesConvert
.resx files would be placed next to