Inserts a Win32 resource file in the output file.
You can create a Win32 resource file with the Microsoft Windows Resource Compiler (RC).
A Win32 resource can contain version or bitmap (icon) information that helps identify your application in File Explorer. If you do not specify /win32resource, the compiler generates version information based on the assembly version. The /win32resource and /win32icon options are mutually exclusive.
The /win32resource option is not available from within the Visual Studio development environment; it is available only when compiling from the command line.
The following code compiles In.vb and attaches a Win32 resource file, Rf.res:
vbc /win32resource:rf.res in.vb