RESDIR structure

Contains information about an individual icon or cursor component in a resource group. There is one RESDIR structure for each group component. The structure definition provided here is for explanation only; it is not present in any standard header file.

Syntax


typedef struct {
  ICONRESDIR Icon;
  CURSORDIR  Cursor;
  CURSORDIR  Planes;
  CURSORDIR  BitCount;
  CURSORDIR  BytesInRes;
  CURSORDIR  IconCursorId;
} RESDIR;

Members

Icon

Type: ICONRESDIR

The width, height, and color count of the indicated icon.

Cursor

Type: CURSORDIR

The width and height of the indicated cursor.

Planes

Type: CURSORDIR

The number of color planes in the icon or cursor bitmap.

BitCount

Type: CURSORDIR

The number of bits per pixel in the icon or cursor bitmap.

BytesInRes

Type: CURSORDIR

The size of the resource, in bytes.

IconCursorId

Type: CURSORDIR

The icon or cursor with a unique ordinal identifier.

Remarks

One or more RESDIR structures immediately follow the NEWHEADER structure in the .res file. The ResCount member of the NEWHEADER structure specifies the number of RESDIR structures. Note that the RESDIR structure consists of either an ICONRESDIR structure or a CURSORDIR structure followed by the Planes, BitCount, BytesInRes, and IconCursorId members. If the RESDIR structure contains information about a cursor, the first two WORDs the resource compiler writes to the RT_CURSOR resource are the xHotSpot and yHotSpot members of the LOCALHEADER structure.

Requirements

Minimum supported client

Windows 2000 Professional [desktop apps only]

Minimum supported server

Windows 2000 Server [desktop apps only]

See also

Reference
CURSORDIR
ICONRESDIR
LOCALHEADER
NEWHEADER
Conceptual
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