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reply temorary <removeme_temorary gmail.com> writes:
hi,
did anybody make a d interface for
      RDNZL - A .NET layer for Common Lisp
to use their dll from d?
would be nice to call .net
Oct 07 2007
next sibling parent Daniel Keep <daniel.keep.lists gmail.com> writes:
temorary wrote:
 hi,
 did anybody make a d interface for
       RDNZL - A .NET layer for Common Lisp
 to use their dll from d?
 would be nice to call .net

You're asking if anyone has made a D binding for a common LISP binding for .NET? I... think that's highly unlikely. That would be like programming with OpenGL by using PyOGL going via PyD. If you want to use .NET from D, your best bet at the moment is to go via COM interfaces, since they're already supported. That, or just host the D code inside a .NET application, calling into the D code using P/Invoke. -- Daniel
Oct 07 2007
prev sibling next sibling parent BLS <nanali nospam-wanadoo.fr> writes:
temorary schrieb:
 hi,
 did anybody make a d interface for
       RDNZL - A .NET layer for Common Lisp
 to use their dll from d?
 would be nice to call .net
 
 

newLisp is avaliable for all major platforms and pretty easy to use from D. http://newlisp.org/ HTH Bjoern
Oct 07 2007
prev sibling parent temorary <removeme_temorary gmail.com> writes:
temorary Wrote:

 hi,
 did anybody make a d interface for
       RDNZL - A .NET layer for Common Lisp
 to use their dll from d?
 would be nice to call .net
 
 

http://weitz.de/rdnzl/ it is a com dll (c++) that allows to use .net features, function etc. from lisp.
Oct 07 2007