[plt-scheme] Re: Interaction with .NET DLLs

From: aschatte (AlvinSchatte at skytex.net)
Date: Mon Jun 22 18:52:28 EDT 2009

I am thinking that this is just what I need for the .NET DLL I am
trying to use.  Please forward me the code you are talking about.

On Jun 20, 9:13 am, pp <pedro.e.pi... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Some time ago I wrote a bridge from PLT to .NET [1]. Unfortunatly bit
> rot has set in, but if you think it might be usefull I can forward the
> code. The basic approach was to write a Managed C++ (now days C++/Cli)
> wrapper that exposed the .NET reflection interface to PLT. You might
> not need something quite as comprehensive in which case you can just
> wrapp the .NET calls you need with PLT callable C functions.
> -pp
> [1]http://repository.readscheme.org/ftp/papers/sw2003/Dot-Scheme.pdf
> On Jun 19, 10:35 am, aschatte <AlvinScha... at skytex.net> wrote:> Hello,
> > I have some hardware that is controlled using a .NET DLL that I was
> > wanting to interface to scheme.  There do not appear to be any
> > reference strings or ordinals to get a handle on the internal
> > functions.  Is there any way that this can be done using Scheme?
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