[MonoDevelop] shared library for c# application

Andy Selvig ajselvig at gmail.com
Fri Oct 9 10:00:29 EDT 2009

There's really no easy way to do this. C# code runs on top of the Mono (or
.NET on Windows) runtime environment which can't be accessed directly from C
or C++. dll's written in C# can only be used by other Mono libraries or
application. Is there a specific problem you're trying to solve?

On Fri, Oct 9, 2009 at 12:15 AM, jasbir <j_viki5 at rediffmail.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I have a c# console application (Ported from Windows) working fine on Mono.
> I want to create .SO(shared object) file so that it can be used by oter
> Linux applications.
> OR
> How a library of c# application can be created so that it can be used by
> other Linux applications.
> If  I create .DLL file using mono then how it can be used in g++ code.
> I need to create a LIBRARY.............................
> Please help me .........:confused:
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