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QuestionUsing unmanaged libraries in C++/CLI applications Pin
Bartosz Bien21-Nov-06 10:37
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Hello,

I have a C++/CLI application in which I would like to use several unmanaged DLLs that export C++ classes via __declspec(dllexport).

When I directly instantiate these exported classes, I cannot compile the application with /clr:pure or /clr:safe. The only CLR switch I am able to use is a simple /clr.

However, I found that I can use /clr:pure in the main application if I create a managed wrapper DLL using /clr, which in turn calls the unmanaged DLL.

Question: is the possibility of using /clr:pure in the main application worth the additional work needed to create the wrapper? What advantages will I have from /clr:pure in practice? Suspicious | :suss:


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