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Hello. Is it possible to create a managed dll in C++ with VS 10? I'm asking this because there is no such option to make a dll file out of CLR code at the start. Thanks in advance.
Posted 30-Jan-13 1:03am
skydger at 30-Jan-13 7:20am
Which version of VS 10 do you use? Which type of C++ projects do you have? This project type must be in CLR project type.
Member 9510942 at 30-Jan-13 7:24am
VS 2010 Version 10.0.30319.1
.NET Framework Version 4.0.30319
In Visual C++ i got ATL, CLR, General, MFC, Test, Win32. I asked this because with Win32, you could choose dll in Application Wizard while CLR got no such option.

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You can create a managed DLL in C++/CLI (not C++), by selecting Visual C++ > CLR in the New Project dialog, and then picking up the Class Library project template.

(HB: fixed spelling of "CLR")

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