[Mono-list] how to "register" a c++ class to c#?

Christopher David Howie me at chrishowie.com
Sun Jun 6 23:29:16 EDT 2010

On 06/06/2010 11:13 PM, 冶晶邓 wrote:
> hi,David! i don't think we need facing the name-mangling problem,
> because i just need a way to "export" a C function pointer to c# at
> runtime, by placing the "&" operator before a function name, i can get
> its address, then pass it as an userdata to C# and when call in C#, it
> should pass the userdata back to me so i can make a call to the real
> function.
> as i know , all the above is implemented as the "P/Invoke" now, but what
> i need additonally is how to create a C# class on the fly, then use some
> C functions to pretend as its method. is this ok?

I'm confused.  Are you trying to embed Mono in another program, or are
you trying to use a C++ class from C#?  The "direction" you are trying
to do things will change the approach you need to take.

Chris Howie

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