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HOWTO: Combine Managed and Unmanaged Projects into a Single Visual Studio Solution

, 8 Apr 2004
This article describes how to combine managed and unmanaged projects into a single Visual Studio .NET solution.
makedemo_demo.zip
MakeDemo
CustomInstaller
bin
Release
CustomInstaller.dll
CustomInstaller.csproj.user
obj
Release
temp
TempPE
Managed
app.ico
bin
Debug
Release
Managed.exe
BuildCabs
Cabs
Managed.inf
Managed.csdproj
Managed.csdproj.user
obj
Debug
temp
TempPE
Release
temp
TempPE
Setup.ini
Unmanaged.dll
Setup
Release
Managed Setup.msi
Setup.Exe
Setup.Ini
Setup.vdproj
Unmanaged
ARMV4Dbg
Unmanaged.dll
Unmanaged.lib
ARMV4Rel
Unmanaged.dll
Unmanaged.lib
emulatorDbg
emulatorRel
Unmanaged.dll
Unmanaged.lib
Unmanaged.vcb
Unmanaged.vcl
Unmanaged.vco
Unmanaged.vcp
Unmanaged.vcw

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About the Author

Adrian Stanley
Web Developer
United Kingdom United Kingdom
I'm an old MFC lag, currently wrestling with the niceties of C# and Pocket PCs.

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