[speex-dev] Re: Speex API for use with .Net applications
alex at alexkomissarov.com
Wed Oct 29 10:58:22 PST 2003
Indeed :) - some preliminary sources at www.alexkomissarov.com/speexnet.zip
Shows how to use lib file from managed c++, and vb.net code to call managed
c++. Not sure it will work - look at it as a starting point...
"Christian Buchner" <Christian.Buchner1 at epost.de> wrote in message
news:005f01c39d5b$ab2f1480$0200a8c0 at AUGUST...
> > I'm Ossama Khayat, an Arab .Net Framework developer.
> > I'm interested in building an API or COM component, of the speex codec,
> > that is suitable for use in a Windows Forms application.
> > This will be used in an Open Source project that will hopefully be
> > hosted in Source Forge one done.
> A .NET API might be a useful thing.
> The way I see it, the only way to do it would be using Managed C++
> because you will have to encapsulate a non .NET component into
> managed code. This can get quite messy. ;)
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