, no version information is supplied. If
, it should be a plist of the following keywords. All strings should be in a form suitable for presentation to the user. Some of the keywords discussed below are mandatory, and some are optional.
The binary version numbers are 64-bit integers; conventionally, this quantity is split into 16-bit subfields, denoting, for example, major version, minor version and build number. For example, version 1.10 build 15 might be denoted
The name of the company producing the product.
The name of the product of which this file forms a part.
Indicates that this is a private build. The value should be a string identifying the private build (for example, who the build was produced for).
Indicates that this is a special build, and the file is a variation of the normal build with the same version number. The value should be a string identifying how this build differs from the standard build.
value indicates that this is a debugging version.
value indicates that this file has been patched; that is, it is not identical to the original version with the same version number. It should normally be
for original files.
value indicates that this is a prerelease version.
Indicates the OS for which this file is intended. The default value is
may be specified instead, to indicate that this application is intended for Windows NT.
A string value, which allows additional comments to be specified, in a form suitable to presentation to the user.
This the internal name of this file. Normally it is defaulted to the value of
, with the extension stripped.
The language for which this version of the file is intended.
:arabic :bulgarian :catalan :traditional-chinese :czech :danish :german :greek :us-english :castilian-spanish :finish :french :hebrew :hungarian :icelandic :italian :japanese :korean :dutch :norwegian-bokmal :polish :bralilian-portuguese :rhaeto-romanic :romanian :russian :croatio-serbian-latin :slovak :albanian :swedish :thai :turkish :urdu :bahasa :simplified-chinese
:swiss-german :uk-english :mexican-spanish :belgian-french :swiss-italian :belgian-dutch :norwegian-nynorsk :portuguese :serbo-croatian-cyrillic :canadian-french :swiss-french