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Giving an executable a unique icon.

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I need to give my executable an icon, however you do that, and I have no idea how to do this =) I'm using windows, c++, and SDL, if there is any cross-platform way to do that. Thanks.

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Original post by evillive2
Check the documentation for SDL_WM_SetIcon in the SDL documentation. Another reason SDL rocks [wink]


Actually, I don't think that's what I want. I mean, I want to set the icon as displayed in Windows Explorer and suchlike, and I think this sets the icon in the title bar. I'm making a screensaver, and it doesn't have a titlebar =) Thanks anyways.

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Whats your IDE?? In Dev-C++ hit alt-p and go to icon at the bottom, there you can change it. But like i said thats Dev-C++

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Whats your IDE?? In Dev-C++ hit alt-p and go to icon at the bottom, there you can change it. But like i said thats Dev-C++


perfect. I'm using dev-cpp. You learn something new every day. Thanks a ton!

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