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Philippe Mori2-Jul-11 2:55
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Well, generally all functions in a .cpp that are intended to be used from other files in the project should also be declared in the corresponding header. Then in the file where you want to call the unmanaged function, you just include that file.

In fact, this is the same for managed functions inside the project or any functions in standard librairies.

For this aspect C+/CLI works exactly as C++. The main difference with standard C++ is that when you add a reference to a managed DLL, all public symbols will be visible without any additionnal include to all file in that project. So for managed code outside the current project, C++/CLI behave more like C#.

ProjectA
unmanaged.h
// Since the functionm is intended to be used by multiple file,
// it should be declared inside an header file.
void UnmanagedFunction();


unmanaged.cpp
#include "unmanaged.h"

void UnmanagedFunction()
{
   // Do something
}


other.cpp
#include "unmanaged.h"
void CallingFunction()
{
  // The following function will be defined since it is declared 
  // inside unmanaged.h which is include by this file.
  // By the way, if the function was inside a different namespace, 
  // you will have to qualify the call or explicitly uses that 
  // namespace (not much different that regular C++)
  UnmanagedFunction();
}

Philippe Mori

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