If using VS2005, the emulator now simulates arm4, so make sure you add the cooresponding compiled dll to the project.
Also, when you add the dll to your project, highlight the dll in the solution- and make sure the "Copy to output directory" is Copy if newer, otherwise, the DLL will never copy and your program won't be able to find it!!
If your goal is just to get your unmanaged dlls to compile and then copy into the bin directory of your managed project, there's a simpler way.
1) In the Solution Explorer, right click on the "References" entry of your managed project and select "Add Reference".
2) On the "Projects" tab of the resulting dialog, double click on your unmanaged project names to add them to the "Selected Components" section.
3) Click "OK" to add these references to the managed project.
Now whenever you compile your solution, the unmanaged dlls will be compiled, then automatically copied into the output directory of the managed application.
I’ve been trying the advices here for debugging into the dll, without much luck. When running directly from eMbedded C++ (without going through the VisualStudio environment) The debugger hangs with the message “Waiting for debuggee to start...” for several minutes and eMbedded stops responding after that.
I am running the solution on the device it self, while having a breakpoint set in the unmanaged dll. Reaching the breakpoint does not have any effect on the debugger. Could someone give a more detailed advice on how to setup debugging and tracing into the unmanaged dll described here?
Hi i have the same problem. in my application. I wrote the code in C++ to generate an assembly (dll unmanaged) i call it in mmy application C#) and the application run without any problem. But when i used clickonce for deployment or projet setup. When installed to the client my application crash for all the call of the dll unmanaged. I look the forlder installing of my application all the file (dll managed, file,...) still present except the dll unmanaged.
Someone could help me to fixe this problem.
I made some approch:
all my dll unmamaged i added then in the project like (build action content)-> i receive the same error messages.
i changed it to Embeded resource, but the problem still the same.
I'm having a tough time here getting the sample to run. The problem shows up both on the sample project that I downloaded and when I follow the tutorial. I've made sure the .dll is updated and copied each time to the device or emulator, as well as the program. However, anytime I run the project on the emulator or on the device itself, I get this error message after pressing the button:
An unhandled exception of type 'System.MissingMethodException' occurred in Managed.exe
Any help would be appreciated.
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