[Mono-list] DLL Created in Visual Basic 6.0 can run on cross platform
Sergio A. Hernandez
info.geex at gmail.com
Tue May 19 21:00:13 EDT 2009
VB 6.0 is not .net nor asp so you can't use the GAC because this dll is not
a .NET assembly.
However you can try to use a pinvoke
you must include System.Runtime.InteropServices
private extern static *datatype* *name*(x,...)
public *function*(x, ...)
It is the only thing I can suggest you.
But, honestly dont think will work.
On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 3:35 AM, kuse <marcus at in-process.se> wrote:
> dipesh patel wrote:
> > i have a .dll created in visual basic 6.0.
> > now i want to run that .dll in linux platform, so how can i do this?.
> > is it possible with mono framework?
> > if so then can you guide me how to start?, how to compile?, how to
> > execute?
> > can you tell me what are the steps to use mono framework?
> > i will be thankfull to all of you...
> VB 6.0 isn't .Net which is what Mono is for other paltforms than Windows,
> that DLL wont work through Mono, check out the wine-project instead.
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