October 13th, 2009, 12:12 PM
C++ Structures in C#
I have a question about C++ and C#:
We have a lot of C++-classes(structs) we use for storing Data.
They look like this:
Set(double dX, double dY, double dZoom);
SetDefault(double dX, double dY);
All in all we use a lot of them(~500) in our actual code. All have different Membervariables and different function So changing them is no good option.
So now my question:
Is there a way to access all this structures out of C# without writing a warperclass for each struct?
Important is that we get a compiler or linker error if someone uses a variable witch does not exist in c++.
October 14th, 2009, 01:19 AM
Re: C++ Structures in C#
I think that in your case the best solution that I can see is to make a tool tat will translate all your classes(structures) in .Net wrappers. Text processing tool. It seems to me not very difficult. As I can understand there is no way to use native structs in C# with no c++/cli wrappers.
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