I’ve been accused many times of forcing the use of the wrong tool, just because I’m stubborn!
I’m all over multi-threading in .NET, was doing it 10 years ago or more, so I’m not concerned about that.
Need a X-Plat UI creator and Xojo is it for the conceivable future. It’s UI generation is perfect for my needs, but it’s just too slow without proper multi-threading, and I’m not really interested in learning C++ if there’s any way around it. I’m much more confortable with .NET (VB first, then C#)
I understand I’m making it hard on myself, but I really thought/think that .NET is heading in the direction of being able to create native-callable libraries. We know it can be done for Windows, MacOS/Linux are the final hurdles.
My issue is I don’t know enough about how the data for Xojo needs to be formatted, or why it claims that it can’t find the function - my guess is that it’s calling method is incorrect? If I can just conform the calling method to make it the same as Windows libraries and MacOS libraries, I feel like that’s the missing link.
Dr. Stys was using C++ I think, and also only working on Windows? I don’t remember.
But if I wanted to work on Windows only, I’d never have bought Xojo, I’d still be using .NET!