June 17th, 2006, 09:46 PM
[RESOLVED] Strategy for MFC and .Net
If I have to write purely managed code, I would use C# as it is the language developed for the .Net framework. If I write native code, I would use Visual C++.
This is what my dream Visual C++ would be: a better MFC with problems fixed(like no passing win32 messages around to windows handles and use .Net-like delegates), VC++ would allow me to write native code and also allow me at the same time to tap into the vast .Net libraries, eg, XML. If I want to use Windows Forms, I would use Windows Forms instead of MFC integrated with Windows Forms. In short, I want a better MFC for writing native code with the ability to use .Net libraries.
What does the Visual C++ development team position MFC and .Net in VC++ as? And its future directions? I would be interested to know.
Thanks for taking time to answer my questions!
June 19th, 2006, 12:09 PM
Re: Strategy for MFC and .Net
Hope http://www.codeguru.com/forum/showthread.php?t=391027 answers some of your concerns.
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