[Mono-winforms-list] Caret

George Giolfan georgegiolfan at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 9 09:10:37 EST 2007

If you mean implementing such functions in native code
is wrong, I completely agree. I was suggesting we
could implement Win32 functions (those that do not
have managed equivalents) in managed code and have
Mono call them when it encounters a P/Invoke (I am
under the impression that this is possible). This way
we wouldn't need to change every program we want to
port. There are already methods in XplatUI very
similar to the caret Win32 functions. 

--- Rafael Teixeira <monoman at gmail.com> wrote:

> Having a libuser32.so, and possibly others, to
> enable all that
> p/invoking seems a bit too much for me.
> We should strive to keep all we can in managed-land,
> where things are
> naturally more portable.
> Just my thinking on the subject,

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