Credit Where Credit Is Due
this point you can compile your DLL and it should work perfectly.
However, I'd like to point out that since we're using other people's
source code, even though it is free, we should give credit where credit
Lets add a resource to the DLL so that we can include
copyright information. Back to the "File" menu, select "New"
again. This time we're going to add a Resource Script. The
name I used is simply "resource." Here is a screenshot.
you click OK a small window should appear. Right click onthe
folder and click on "Insert...." Here is a screenshot.
The next window will give you a bunch of different resources to insert. Select "Version
" from the list then click the "New" button.
next window that appears will have a bunch of information thatyou're
probably familiar with. You can click on the fields and edit each
one, however, we're going to edit the "LegalCopyright"
field first. Then add the following text to the copyright field:
zlib software Copyright © 1995-2004 Jean-loup Gailly Mark Adler, minizip software Copyright © 1998-2004 Gilles Vollant
It's a long copyright string, so it may not display fully in the window. Here is a screenshot: