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Provides the base functionality for writing resources to an output file or stream.
public interface class IResourceWriter : IDisposable
public interface IResourceWriter : IDisposable
[System.Runtime.InteropServices.ComVisible(true)] public interface IResourceWriter : IDisposable
type IResourceWriter = interface interface IDisposable
[<System.Runtime.InteropServices.ComVisible(true)>] type IResourceWriter = interface interface IDisposable
Public Interface IResourceWriter Implements IDisposable
Resource writers are used to write resources to files in a particular file format. Implement this interface if you want to control the way in which a resource file is written (for example, to store resources in something other than a .txt, .resx, or binary .resources file). Otherwise, use the default ResourceWriter class, which writes resources to a binary .resources file, or the ResXResourceWriter class, which writes resources to an XML resource (.resx) file.
Adds an 8-bit unsigned integer array as a named resource to the list of resources to be written.
Adds a named resource of type Object to the list of resources to be written.
Adds a named resource of type String to the list of resources to be written.
Closes the underlying resource file or stream, ensuring all the data has been written to the file.
Performs application-defined tasks associated with freeing, releasing, or resetting unmanaged resources.(Inherited from IDisposable)
Writes all the resources added by the AddResource(String, String) method to the output file or stream.