[Mono-dev] Mono-devel-list Digest, Vol 128, Issue 11

Jo Shields directhex at apebox.org
Wed Dec 30 12:38:53 UTC 2015

You can use a glue library to normalise the API signatures, or have a bunch of conditional checks on your pinvokes 

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>Date: Wed, 30 Dec 2015 21:28:10 +1030
>From: Jason Curl <jcurlnews at arcor.de>
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>Subject: [Mono-dev] Multiplatform support with P/Invoke
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>I'm investigating the best way on how to support multiplatform software 
>especially when using P/Invokes, but have not found any reasonable 
>advice on the Wiki.
>Can someone point to me on how to handle different architectures, 
>especially when the underlying libc might use different structures or 
>API signatures?
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