Re: [Newbies] Looking to get libomv working with Squeak, is the dotNetBridge
goran at krampe.se
Fri Feb 4 09:38:43 UTC 2011
(I am ccing squeak-dev because it will give us a better chance of good
On 02/01/2011 08:33 PM, Raz Welles wrote:
> Hey, I've just begun learning Squeak, and I was wondering if there was
> to use .Net dll's with Squeak (libomv in particular). BrianRice
> pointed out the dotNetBridge, but it seems to be dead, as the
> saltypickle.com site is gone.
But you can still get the code using SqueakMap cache:
(jsut adding "/cache" to the page for the version)
This will give you a file called "cache", just rename it to the proper
And if you use the SqueakMap Package Loader from inside Squeak it should
use this automatically. :)
> FFI seems a bit daunting to delve into.
FFI is actually simple to use, but C# libs can not be called just by
Mono had a wrapping tool called "cilc" earlier (I googled) that could
generate a C lib wrapper for C# libs, that you then could have called
using FFI. But it has been discontinued in Mono 2.8, anyone know of
Also FFI will "soonish" get much better too - Eliot is working on that.
> Does anyone have insight into .Net and Squeak interop?
Not really :) But it is IMHO an increasinly interesting question.
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