See the version list below for details.
dotnet add package UnmanagedExports --version 1.2.6
NuGet\Install-Package UnmanagedExports -Version 1.2.6
<PackageReference Include="UnmanagedExports" Version="1.2.6" />
paket add UnmanagedExports --version 1.2.6
#r "nuget: UnmanagedExports, 1.2.6"
// Install UnmanagedExports as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=UnmanagedExports&version=1.2.6 // Install UnmanagedExports as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=UnmanagedExports&version=1.2.6
A set of compile-time libraries (nothing to deploy) and a build task that enable you to export functions from managed code to native applications.
That means, you can create plugins in a managed language like C# or F# for native applications that only have a C-Api (like Notepad++).
The nuget package is all you need. Just mark your methods with [DllExport] and build for x86, x64 or ia64.
- You have to set your platform target to either x86, ia64 or x64. AnyCPU assemblies cannot export functions.
- The export name defaults to the method name and the calling convention to stdcall. If that's all what you want, you can just use [DllExport] without parameters.
- You cannot put your exports in generic types or export generic methods. (The CLR wouldn't know what type parameters to use)
|Product||Versions Compatible and additional computed target framework versions.|
|.NET Framework||net is compatible.|
This package has no dependencies.
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- package restore will now work as expected
- file extensions otherthan dll are possible now (e.g. .plugin)
- some fixes regarding the creation of .exp, .def and .lib files
- changed the nuget scripts to be more resilient
- added new nuget CmdLets
- You will now get warnings in the nuget package manager when a project's platform target is not x86 or x64.
- some refactorings WRT notifications (warnings, etc.)