Okay , i will tell you.What is my problem.
Actually i need to use powershell apis , in my c++ code.As i need to find out the no .of servers in my appfabric cluster.
So the challenge was how to acess powershell in c++ code.
I had one c# code in which i was able to acess powershell properly.
It gives me every information i need to find out..Like wether the appfabric service is running or not.How many servers in cluster.All the info.
Now as my code is in c++ , my biggest challenge is using the c# script in c++,because that
scripts works wonder for me.
So to use that i converted whole of C# code into C++/CLI so that i can use it in my current unmanged c++ code.
Now the problem is adding that C++/CLI code into UNMANAGED CODE so that i can acess powershell in c++.
How to do that mixed mode programming?
I am looking for passing unsigned int* to managed C++ app
void func(unsigned int * data)
//Here I have access to managed C++ class and I would like to know how to pass data to this class
managedwrapper->managedFunc( need to pass data)
ref class ManagedWrapper
managedFunc(get the data here)
//how to get the data here.
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Ok, the readability suffers a bit - sorry for the bleeding eyes
GOTOs are a bit like wire coat hangers: they tend to breed in the darkness, such that where there once were few, eventually there are many, and the program's architecture collapses beneath them. (Fran Poretto)