Yep, not had much practise with managed C++ as I'm lazy and C# is so much easier (!), but I guess managed C++ could be the way to go for integrating with VOS as it can fully utilise the C++ classes.
 
Still there'd be work required to make the API more ".net like"

 
On 9/2/05, Peter Amstutz <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
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On Fri, 2 Sep 2005, Reed Hedges wrote:

> Am I correct that it's no problem to call C++ code or link against a C++
> library from .net?  Would the C++ library (libvos for example :) need to
> be compiled with CLR (".net extensions") enabled?
>
> Reed

See my last email :-)

Basically, linking managed/unmanaged C++ is easy.  Linking unmanged c++ to
any other .Net language requires writing a mananged API wrapper.

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