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{$E extension} {$EXTENSION extension}



The $E directive sets the extension of the executable file generated by the compiler. It is often used with the resource-only DLL mechanism.

For example, placing {$E deu} in a library module produces a DLL with a .deu extension: filename.deu. If you create a library module that simply references German forms and strings, you could use this directive to produce a DLL with the .deu extension. The startup code in the runtime library looks for a DLL whose extension matches the locale of the system for German settings, it looks for .de and loads resources from that DLL.

The -TX command-line compiler option has the same effect as {$EXTENSION ext}.

For example:

-TX.ext ; use ".ext" 
-TXext ; use "." + "ext" 


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