jonpryor at vt.edu
Sat Mar 29 12:00:05 EST 2003
What time-frame are you looking for? :-)
XPCOM is, for most intents and purposes, Microsoft COM (with "ns"
prefixed to the interface names, and some names changed; for example,
IUnknown --> nsISupports, but they have the same methods & semantics).
Right now, Mono doesn't support COM. It *may* do so in the future, if
someone contributes support.
If Mono isn't a requirement for you, you could probably write XPCOM
components in C# under .NET. That would probably be a good idea,
anyway, just to get an idea of the complexities involved.
On Sat, 2003-03-29 at 11:19, Jose Luis Sampayo wrote:
> Hallo. First of all, I´m sorry if this messages appears more than once
> in the list, I think I sent it first from a wrong mail account.
> And now the real content:
> Maybe this is a stupid question, but anyway...
> After reading a bit (too bit) about Mozilla´s XUL, XBL, XPCOM... a
> question arises for me:
> would it be possible to code an XPCOM component in C#...?
> I mean, creating a mono -.net component - .dll that worked as a XPCOM
> component. This way we could code UIs with Mozilla-XUL and combine it
> with a behaviour written in mono-.net.
> Thanks for your time.
> Jose Luis Sampayo
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