[gme-users] C# and GME

Peter Volgyesi peter.volgyesi at vanderbilt.edu
Mon Jun 16 08:43:45 CDT 2008


There is no direct support for C# at this moment. You can use the
tlbimp.exe tool (part of .net framework sdk), to generate a .net
assembly from a COM type library. You need to run this tool at least
on the following COM libraries: core.dll, gme.exe, meta.dll, mga.dll.
I have attached the source code of a working example. The project has
not been updated since 2002, and was part of a larger work. So, I
guess you won't be able to use it as is, but might help you to code
your own interpreter.
Have fun.

On Sat, Jun 14, 2008 at 4:48 PM, Sumant Tambe
<sutambe at dre.vanderbilt.edu> wrote:
> Hi,
> What options, if any, do GME and its programming APIs provide to write
> model interpreters using C# 3.0? If no direct C# based API is provided,
> what can be done to enable writing interpreters using C#? Please let me
> know.
> Thanks,
> Sumant.
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