1 Reply Latest reply on Mar 31, 2009 12:14 PM by Gipsel

    Visual Studio C++, "managed" or "unmanaged" ?

    rmorein
      Is SDK for .NET code generation, or MFC (Microsoft Foundation Classes)?

      I see that the functioning of the DLL requires .NET 2.0, but are the dlls callable from:

      1. VS2008 environment in "MFC" (native code) project mode?

      2. VS2008 in "managed code", ie., .NET project mode?

      3. Both?

        • Visual Studio C++, "managed" or "unmanaged" ?
          Gipsel

           

          Originally posted by: rmorein I see that the functioning of the DLL requires .NET 2.0


          I have a follow up question to this. Why the heck is .NET needed at all for the CAL libraries? It only create problems when running a Stream application on a system it was not compiled on. I guess simply unchecking that Common Language Runtime option when compiling the CAL libraries should make the life a bit easier.