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Windows Manifest Files and Delphi

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/03/28

An interesting read on Windows Manifest Files in Delphi [WayBack].

TL;DR:

Do not let Delphi manage your manifest. All versions are either limited, or buggy, or both.

Basically it’s the same as doing VersionInfo in Delphi: do not let the IDE do it, but do it yourself. In this case:

Write your own manifest in XML, then load it as a resource.

Via: [WayBack] Blogged : Windows Manifest Files – In this post I look at Windows Manifest Files, what they do, why we need them and how to use them in Delphi and Finalbuilder… – Vincent Parrett – Google+

–jeroen

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