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Hi All,

Recently i came across a situation, where in I have to call C# code from C++.

After doing some research over it, I could achieve it by making C# code as DLL and then having a C++/CLI static lib, which has reference to C# DLL and then using this C++/CLI lib in my native C++ code.

But i am really doubtful, Do i really need to make a DLL and LIB to achieve this?

Is there any better way to do that?

So my question is:

1. Is it possible, if i can have C++/CLI wrapper around C# class directly under a single project? without creating a C# DLL?

Thanks in advance
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Philippe Mori 16-Sep-15 12:03pm    
At least, within the IDE, you need multiple projects. And I would be surprised if it would be possible given that it is evident that both langage are mostly handled by independant teams as there are a lot of things that are done differently in refactoring, browsing or debugging.

C# and VB.NET are probably much more similar in implementation as a far as I know, this would not be possible.
Philippe Mori 16-Sep-15 12:05pm    
Even if it were possible, good separation is always a good thing in software development. however, I think it is possible to merge assembly if desired.
sourabhmehta 27-Sep-15 23:23pm    
Thanks for your response

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