Native WinAPI with .Net

In a previous post I noted that some WinAPIs can be found on the web by searching for the string NativeMethods, which seems to be a Microsoft standard naming convention.

Today I came across pinvoke.net, a website dedicated to the documentation of WinAPI calls from .Net.

There is even a plugin for Visual Studio (2003 and 2005) that integrates pinvoke’s wiki contents into the IDE.

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2 Responses to Native WinAPI with .Net

  1. […] Managed Windows API library for .Net I mentioned accessing native Win32 APIs by .Net some time ago. […]

  2. […] For other APIs, see my previous posts. […]

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