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Mixed Mode C# 2

Hi,

One of my Visual Studio projects is mixed mode - It contains managed
classes and native classes. The native classes are basically native
adapters for managed classes so they wrap a managed class and the
managed classes are the other way round so its basically just interop
between the managed and native parts of the application.

The problem is that I need the managed to deploy as a dll and the
native as a static library but I really don't want to have two projects
for this. Is there a way I can make the project output both .lib and
..dll otherwise I will have to resort to putting all the native c++ code
solely in header files which obviously is not ideal.

Any thoughts?

Cheers
Mark

Nov 25 '05 #1
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