CGRC.EXE, the Resource Compiler-Binder
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CGRC.EXE is the compiler-binder that is called by the IDE when you have selected to use the Windows SDK Resource Compiler on the Project > Options > Resource Compiler dialog box. You do not typically need to run CGRC.EXE directly.
When the IDE invokes RC.EXE, it passes the command syntax of BRCC32.EXE (using hyphens) to CGRC.EXE. Then CGRC.EXE converts the command into the syntax of RC.EXE (using slashes) and invokes RC.EXE.
C:\>cgrc CodeGear Resource Compiler/Binder Version 1.00 Copyright (c) 2008 Embarcadero Technologies Inc. Syntax: cgrc [options ...] filename options marked with a '*' are on by default -r compile only. Do not bind resources -fofilename set output res filename -fefilename set output exe filename -v verbose -ipath set include path -x ignore INCLUDE environment variable -dname[=string] define #define -Vd.d mark .exe file with Windows version (4.0 default) -cdddd set default code page to nnnn -lxxxx set default language to xxxx -m enable multi-byte character support -? or -h show this help