Creating a .NET managed library to talk to existing unmanaged code 
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 Creating a .NET managed library to talk to existing unmanaged code

Hi all,

I am new to the .NET managed stuff and need some inputs from you guys.

I want to create a C++ managed extension (as a .LIB). Inside this
class I want to use all the XML goodies and make an abstractor out of
this lib.

On the C++ unmanaged side I want to access this class as it is.

Mind you my C++ managed code should be a LIB file and the unmanaged
code is currently a DLL.

All I want to know is if this is possible and possibly if there are
any samples I can look at.



Sun, 23 Oct 2005 08:04:11 GMT  
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