The Hekkus Library doesn't work when used with the Optimized Compiler

Louis

Active Member
Licensed User
Hi Erel, When usng the Hekkus Wrapper I created using the Legacy compiler in v6.01, there are no problems. However when used with the Optimized compiler, I get the following error:
External compiler error
Error compiling program. Error message: error CS0246: The type or namespace name 'hssNET' could not be found (are you missing a using
directive or an assembly reference?)
Line number: 17
Line: s1 = Speaker.SpeakerPlaySound(Sound1.SoundValue)
OK
How can I fix this from within my Library? Thanks.
 

Cableguy

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Licensed User
Hi,
Has I understand it, legacy compilation is for some backwards compatibility with net 1.1 dlls...
optimized compilation use target default the net 2.0 framework...
So you should re-compile your dll as an .net 2.o dll and make the necessary adjustments..
 

Louis

Active Member
Licensed User
Hi, Thanks for the suggestions. I re-submitted a better version of my Hekkus Wrapper with a Basic4ppc example of how it can be used. As you will see, the compiled executables are compiled using the non-optimized compiler. ry
compiling my example with the Optimized Compiler, you will see that you get an executable. Run the executable and it immediately crashes! It's weird. It crashes regardless of whether the library was compiled for .NET 1.1 or 2.0.
 
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