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    Access managed C++ public enum class from C# by Dynamically loading

    I have an managed C++ dll lib. It has claas info like below

    namespace tests
    {

    public enum class clours
    {
    Start = 0;
    Red = 1;
    Green = 2;
    Blue = 3;
    End = 4;
    }
    }

    I have written a client application in C# and load the dll dynamically(I am using reflection). I want to access the enum members and values between 'Start' and 'End' from the client application.

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    Re: Access managed C++ public enum class from C# by Dynamically loading

    Quote Originally Posted by mjvalan View Post
    I have written a client application in C# and load the dll dynamically(I am using reflection). I want to access the enum members and values between 'Start' and 'End' from the client application.
    The enumeration seems well defined. You should be able to access it from your C# application. Are facing any problem in particular?

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    Re: Access managed C++ public enum class from C# by Dynamically loading

    Multiple issues I see...

    1) public enum class clours - can't have class and enum on the same declaration
    2) You need to use commas to separate each enum index, not semicolons.

    ie:

    Code:
    namespace Tests
    {
      enum Colors
      {
         Start,
         Red,
         Green,
         Blue,
         End,
      }
    }

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    Re: Access managed C++ public enum class from C# by Dynamically loading

    Good spot mariocatch! I didn't notice that at all. I wonder if mjvalan typed it directly in codeguru...

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