[sword-devel] .Net/C# and Sword

Martin Gruner mg.pub at gmx.net
Wed Jan 18 10:09:12 MST 2006

Hi Jason,

this sounds really exciting!

Is there a possibility to join forces with other Windows developers and to 
make this a community project to succeed BibleCS? I don't know how Troy and 
Chris would think about that, but I assume that they would be relieved if 
others would take care of the Windows frontend. Just a suggestion.


Am Mittwoch, 18. Januar 2006 15:59 schrieb Jason Turner:
> Yesterday I got sword compiling with Visual C++ 2005 Express Edition
> as a DLL. Using that DLL, I got SWIG to generate a C# wrapper for me.
> That C# wrapper was then compiled with Visual C# 2005 Express Edition.
> I then proved that I was able to query the list of installed modules
> and look up keys in them.
> BTW, the Express Editions are FREE visual studio products.
> I plan to rewrite biblestudy using C# very soon. This new version of
> BibleStudy will be windows specific, because linux does not yet have
> great support for the Windows.Forms package in .net, but using the C#
> library under linux (with Mono) is very much a possibility.
> I plan to make the DLL's available for download soon. If anyone wants
> to play with them sooner than soon, let me know. They are probably
> small enough to just send to the mailing list.
> -Jason
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