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Re: [DotGNU]a hack for PInvoke on pnet

From: Joker Hacker
Subject: Re: [DotGNU]a hack for PInvoke on pnet
Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2002 11:37:44 +0100 (BST)

 --- James Michael DuPont <address@hidden> 
> The native.cs contains all the calls,
> so they just have to match up? Thats it?

The names have to match up .... that's all
(parameter types need to be matched to be
 of any use)

> functions you defined, are they static by default?

The funcs are dynamic ! ... so they can be 
exported DSO (dynamic shared obj)

> > hell lot of static methods in C ..... 
> So we should wrap via static methods? 
> is that the preferred way to go?

No, the funcs should not be static ... which
is why it took me so long to fix this work.

> Again, looks cool.

Looks aren't anything ;) ... I'll have to
modify the native stuff and do a lot of
kewl stuff.....

> it seems to be pretty straight forward.

Take a peek at and tell me ;)
That's the script which does what cscc cannot
yet do ;) ...... Not at all straight forward ;)
A hack is a hack and nothing more .

I'll implement XmlNodeFactory, and all the other
useful Xml* classes ....

Shall I start a savannah project if enough people
are interested in doing this easy stuff and learning
C# in the process ... (and contrib to pnetlib in the
end ;-).


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