[Mono-dev] COM Interop, or something like it
vladimir.lushnikov at gmail.com
Thu Aug 25 16:32:54 EDT 2005
I don't pretend to be an expert, but I believe the easier way is exposing
the functionality through a web service.
On 25/08/05, Ring, Kevin <kring at agi.com> wrote:
> In Microsoft's implementation of .NET, it is possible to expose a class
> written in C# via a COM interface. This makes it possible (perhaps even
> easy!) to instantiate C# objects and call methods on them from, say, a
> native C++ application.
> Does Mono have a capability like this? In looking around, I've found
> vague references to Corba and Bonobo interop, but no specifics. It doesn't
> matter much to me what specific technology is used, I'd just like an easy
> way to instantiate managed objects and interact with them from a native C++
> application. I know I can embed Mono, and call methods that way, but it
> seems very cumbersome compared to COM interop. Is there a better way?
> Kevin Ring
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