dimanche 30 avril 2006 16:22
I'm working on a C# windows application. I want to get access to a file in my application. This file is in my project and I want to access it without having to put the hard-coded full path.
So, I want to do something like :
<code>Assembly a = Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly(); Stream stream = a.GetManifestResourceStream("KwenTest.resources");
But after this, I want to know the absolute path. But I think that the class Stream does not provide any information about this.
So, what can I do ?
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dimanche 30 avril 2006 18:16Modérateur
i asked question close to this one
hope this helps
lundi 1 mai 2006 00:35
Strange thing happened to me the other day, I had a need to do the same thing. So I pressed F1 in the C# Express IDE and started reading about resources, got mixed results but found my way. For me, I had to embedd a file first through the Project properties menu. I found the resource tab there and was able to load up an existing file. No problem, but here's were I thought it was a little strange/interesting. The embeded resource was acting like a string, not a file. But the really cool thing is that the path was built in to the intellisense. Turns out the path acted like a pointer as follows?:
string temp = namespace.class.properties.resources.resourcemanager.getxxxxxxxx;
That's how I got it to work for me.
lundi 1 mai 2006 08:24ModérateurYou have a file saved as an embedded resource, i'm mean that you want to pul out a embedded file in you resource?
Or do you want to get the path of your application or assembly?
lundi 1 mai 2006 10:36
Ok, here is what I want to do in reality :
<code>ResourceManager resourceManager = ResourceManager.CreateFileBasedResourceManager("KwenTest", "W:/Applications/Test/KwenTest/KwenTest/Be/Kwen/KwenTest/Resources", null); this.Text = resourceManager.GetString("ListForm_User_Title", new CultureInfo("en"));
I want to apport internationalisation to my application. Two methods exist and it is this one that is good for me.
But I want to replace the full path by something like : "Be/Kwen/KwenTest/Resources" because this directory is in my application and my application must still work in any location on the computer.
And I found the way to access a resource (assembly.getManifestResourceStream()) but with this Stream object I can't construct a resourceManager.
Thank you for everything...
mardi 2 mai 2006 10:48
In Java, there is the possibility to do this :
URL url = this.getClass().getResource("be/kwen/kwentest/resource/files/KwenTest.resources")
Is there any possibility to do this in C# ?