During the build process, the NET IDE Plug-in have to copy the NET Runtime Plug-in as well the
Runtime Bridge and its ini File. This is done in my sample IDE Plug-in written in delphi for NET.
bokkie wrote:Glen & Francesco,
It'll be nice when it's all done and working. What I'm particularly interested in achieving is whether you can pass variables into it and get return values back like other plugins do. If I understand Francesco's explanation it seems that you should be able to. I'm looking forward to see if there is a solution.
I'm waiting for the author or IA to clear up the situation.
I'm beginning to think that this will not be possible unless you write your own plug-in which you can now do using C# (and I guess VB). The .Net Bridge that we are all excited about and trying to get running is the component you need to use when you use C# to write your own plug-in. None of us have actually written our own plug-in and the author has only provided a working example which he made using Delphi.
glenharvy wrote:...checked the contents of the $SUPPORTDIR$ and each of the required dll's as well as ini files do exist.
glenharvy wrote:...The author of this beast uses IDE and Compile time dll's as meaning one and the same thing - at least I think he does. If he doesn't then I am more confused than ever. At the bottom of his notes he states:...
FrancescoT wrote:...when you use C# to develop your own plugin ( ... that's what I have already done ... see my previous post).Regards
MaxLogic.eu wrote:Hi all,
MaxLogic.eu wrote:There are two net bridge dlls. Reflecting the two IA plug ins you can find in the IA samples.
One for the runtime plug-in, the one you can find in the IA samples as: mEXEPlug.dpr
And one dll for the compile time plug-in, the one you can find in the IA sample plug ins as mIDEPlug.dpr
I do not claim to be an IA expert, but the two above was sent me to be those that a net bridge is needed for.
;; The Net Assembly need to be plased in the same directory as the NET Bridge DLL.
;; Please provide only the Filename here without the path, but including the extension (usially .dll)
;; Delphi for net
;; Please provide the full Classname including the full namespace here
;; Delphi for net
glenharvy wrote:bokkie and I are using the C# references.
I think I will wait for Francseco to complete his project before experimenting further.
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