Subject Re: .NET Framework
Author stanw1950
Good point, Geoff. Since Borland and Microsoft seem to be sort of
a "team" with .net right now I wonder if the Interbase api's will be
somehow made .net compliant. It will be interesting to see how
Borland will handle this. Bill Gates won't care.

--- In IBObjects@y..., Geoff Worboys <geoff@t...> wrote:
> > Good luck, Jason. I just compiled my large app in Delphi 7 with
> > the three .net warnings on and got over 2500 warnings from
> > ibobjects. Pointers, the @ operator, and pchars aren't allowed
> > for .net compliancy. Hopefully, it will be a few years (if ever)
> > before you will have to be .net compliant.
> I dont know anything much about .net compliance. What I can tell
> you is that there is NO CHOICE about pointers and pchars when it
> comes to dealing with the IB/FB API.
> I expect that there must be some provision for this sort of thing.
> Probably a level of isolation between the access library and the
> interface.
> --
> Geoff Worboys
> Telesis Computing