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Re: VC-Express

From: Stefan Küng <tortoisesvn_at_gmail.com>
Date: 2005-12-14 17:10:14 CET

Leon Zandman wrote:
>> Also, you can make DLLs with .NET. A DLL is just a special
>> type of executable typically containing exported function
>> names.
> As far as I know you cannot create normal (unmanaged;VB.NET/C#.NET)
> win32 DLL's using the .NET framework. Although a .NET class library is
> packaged inside a DLL, its exported functions aren't reachable by normal
> Win32 code. If I run Dependency Walker on a .NET class library I see a
> dependency on the MSCOREE.DLL (.NET framework), but no exported
> functions/classes.

We're not talking about .Net-dll or .Net-assemblies here, but plain old
dll's. And you can of course use VC-Express and VS.NET to build such dlls.

>> Shell extensions and other COM objects are usually
>> DLLs.

Only in-proc COM-Objects are dll's. Out-proc COM-Objects are usually
built as exe's.


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