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Calling a .NET assembly through PURE UNMANAGED code

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Hi,

I am tiring to load an assembly from memory ( e.g.
System.Reflection.Assembly.Load( byte[] ), this works fine through managed
and mixed code. NOW, I am tiring to achieve the same thing through PURE
UNMANAGED code, I can't use com or com interop, does some one have an idea
how to achieve what was just described? ( through unmanaged code )
Is it possible to call a managed assembly through PURE UNMANAGED code? how?
( if at-all )

Again, I can't use COM so COM Interop will not satisfy my needs
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Nov 16 '05 #1
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> I am tiring to load an assembly from memory ( e.g.
System.Reflection.Assembly.Load( byte[] ), this works fine through managed
and mixed code. NOW, I am tiring to achieve the same thing through PURE
UNMANAGED code, I can't use com or com interop, does some one have an idea
how to achieve what was just described? ( through unmanaged code )
Is it possible to call a managed assembly through PURE UNMANAGED code? how? ( if at-all )

Again, I can't use COM so COM Interop will not satisfy my needs

Why can't you use COM?

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cody

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Nov 16 '05 #2

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