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shyagam wrote:
What I intend to do is write a C++ dll, and use it to communicate with my C# dll


IMO this will cause problems, as DLL are loaded in the process
memory space. Maybe you should consider rewriting your hook in unmanaged C++.
If you cannot do this, you could try to encapsulate your C# dll in an executable
(written in C#). Then you inject your dll written in unmanaged C++, which will be in charge
of running your executable with appropriate parameters. If you need return values
then you should consider encapsulating your C# dll in a COM object (which could also
be written in C#). In this case, your C++ dll would invoke this COM object.
Many options available.


shyagam wrote:
I know there's a way to compile C++.NET code to pure unmanaged C++ code.
How can I do this?


You should go to
"Project/Properties/Configuration Properties/General/Common Language Runtime support"
and select "No common language runtime support"
You might need to review other settings depending on what you want to do.

shyagam wrote:
Is compiling managed C++ as unmanaged going to work with the hooks?


If your project has the "No common language runtime support" set, it will be a regular
dll, so that should do.
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