I am writing a managed WPF Application. It is compiled against 'AnyCPU' as is common with C#.
I would like to add/develop a C++/CLI component to my app.
However C++/CLI is bound to an architecture (x86/x64/arm).
Is there a... relatively easy way for me to ship all 3 architecture and have the system load the right DLL at runtime?
You can try using the AddDllDirectory[^] method as the start of your application and add a directory containing the library for the current architecture. Just read the notes lower on the page on how to add the path to the default paths.
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though I thought of handling the AppDomain.CurrentDomain.AssemblyResolve event and load my assembly with a path of my choosing.
Finding out whether the app is running as x86, x64, arm with GetType().Module.GetPEKind(out pek, out ifm);
I mean you need to run your program under the debugger to trap exactly where the error occurs, what the error is, and what variables, pointers etc. are possibly causing the fault. Without that information it is impossible to guess what may be going wrong.