Check this earlier post by me http://www.basic4ppc.com/forum/questions-help-needed/1952-hello-commodore-pet-coder-2.html#post10607 then try .NET Framework - Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaIs C# coupled with Net CF interpreted like Java? If not, I really need an explanation.
this is super! I've long sought.:sign0060:Making them Private doesn't work. Prepend their names with an underscore like "_Hidden" and Basic4ppc ignores them.
Making them Private doesn't work. Prepend their names with an underscore like "_Hidden" and Basic4ppc ignores them.
It will! It's the Basic4ppc library loading code that ignores classes beginning with underscores and it doesn't know, or care, what language generated the library. For some reason Erel wrote Basic4ppc to load both Public and Private classes from a library (backward compatibility maybe) but then added the "ignore underscore" code later so that stuff that you don't want to see in "Add Object" can be hidden although, and especially with VB.NET, on larger libraries you may get some classes that the compiler of the library has added showing up.Interesting...I will try and see if this works in VB.NET as well.
Can you upload the dll (zip it first)?
I'm afraid that you can't, that is part of the baggage that VB automatically puts in dlls and exes. The only solution is to switch to C# which usually doesn't include extra classes in the compilation.Hi. How can I get rid of the MyProject class