ResourcePackage (Windows 10)
Indicates whether the package is a resource package. A resource package can be used by other packages. Its value is false by default. You should not specify a value for it unless you are creating a resource.
<ResourcePackage> boolean </ResourcePackage>
Attributes and Elements
Defines additional metadata about the package including attributes that describe how the package appears to users.
Note You may get an error if the manifest elements DisplayName or Description contain characters disallowed by the Windows firewall; namely “|” and “all”, due to which Windows fails to create the AppContainer profile for the package . Use this reference for [troubleshooting](https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/windows/desktop/hh973484) if you get an error.
If ResourcePackage is set to true, the manifest performs these semantic checks, which aren't enforced in the schema. A manifest that violates these semantic checks will just fail to validate via the Packaging APIs.
- A resource package can't define the Dependencies, Capabilities, Applications, Extensions (type: CT_PackageExtensions), and Framework elements.
- A resource package can't define Package\Identity\@ProcessorArchitecture, so it always defaults to neutral.
- Resources\Resource elements for a resource package can only define one type of attribute, for example, only Language or Scale.