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Issues in inherting unmanged interfaces(VC++ ) in manged code(C#)

Hi All,
Greetings!!!

I have a question. Please respond....

I am trying to write a C# component that need to inherit some of the the
interfaces from unmanged code(VC).

I think one way to resolve this is to port unmanged interfaces and header
files in to manage C++ as Visual Studio allows porting and compiling all this
existing unmanaged code to .NET: MC++ managed code (with the /clr compiler
switch and IJW). This is nothing but building a managed wrapper over existing
unmanaged interfaces, which can act as bridge between unmanaged interfaces
and C# classes.

For porting C++ unmanaged to manageed C++ porting, I have tried changing
project settings(by adding /clr compiler switch) and then tried to compile.
But this doesn't help. As I am getting somany Linker errors.

Please let me know the better way to inhert unmanged interfaces(VC++ ) in to
manged code(C#).

Thanks in advance,
P Reddy.



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