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Using Managed C++ with the .NET Compact Framework

I am trying to understand Managed C++ and
the .Net Framework, and as far as I can tell, you
add a /CLR option to the compiler to make it
generate MSIL from C++.

However, I need to generate MSIL for use with
the Compact Framework used on Windows CE and
I cannot see any obvious way to make Visual
Studio.Net C++ generate MSIL that uses the
Compact Framework instead of the PC framework.

Could I ask how I use the Managed Extensions
for C++ on the Windows CE .Net Compact Framework


Roland Rosier
Nov 16 '05 #1
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