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I'm getting the following error when I try to compile my project:

COM Interop registration failed. Type library exporter encountered an error
while processing 'WeedPlugin1.CWeedPlugin.add_MapSet(value), WeedPlugin1'.
Error: Type library exporter can not load type MapSetEventHandler (error:
System.TypeLoadException: Could not load type MapSetEventHandler from
assembly DotNetPlugin, Version=, Culture=neutral,
CWeedPlugin (a C# project) inherits from DotNetPlugin.CXYPlugin which is a
VB.NET project.

In VB.NET, the syntax is as follows:

Public Delegate Sub MapSetEventHandler(ByRef map As interop.MapObjects2.Map)

Public Event MapSet As MapSetEventHandler

In my C# project I'm using the following syntax:

base.MapSet += new MapSetEventHandler(this.OnMapSet)

Where OnMapSet is the function that is to handle the MapSet event.

If I uncheck the register for COM Interop checkbox in the C#'s project
properties, the project compiles fine. I just don't understand why it won't
compile when I check it. I used ildasm to look at the il being generated
when I compile the VB.NET assembly and it shows the class as such

..class auto ansi sealed nested public MapSetEventHandler
extends [mscorlib]System.MulticastDelegate

This part is a show stopper so if anyone has any ideas, I would sure
appreciate your help.


Nov 15 '05 #1
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