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Re: CueSharp

Post by WyattR » November 19th, 2012, 11:04 am

Thanks!

Re: CueSharp

Post by Wyatt » November 18th, 2012, 2:15 am

Hey Wyatt,

We don't have any plans for CueSharp examples other than what's included in the CueSharp zip file. See the "TestCueSharp" project to see how to use it.

Re: CueSharp

Post by WyattR » November 17th, 2012, 3:33 pm

Hi,
I was just checking out your dll. I'm a noob at programing. I've done some stuff in vb.net. I was wondering if you could give an example on a windows form on how to open a cuesheet, and display the tracks in a listbox. I read in your blog that you had planned on giving an example http://wyday.com/blog/page/16/
Any help would greatly be appreciated.
Oh, and by the way, my name is Wyatt also.
Thanks, Wyatt

Re: CueSharp

Post by Erazer » October 8th, 2008, 3:42 pm

gowint to stady=going to study.

Re: CueSharp

Post by Erazer » October 8th, 2008, 3:41 pm

Wyatt wrote:
Erazer wrote:You might want to reevaluate your aversion toward .NET.

HE-he.. I do not have aversion toward .NET, more i 'm gowint to stady C#/.Net and to work as coder with C#/.Net, but now i develope audio converter at delphi, and think it has no sense to use your C# dll... Becouse of win2k,winxp,and even 98... may be some yars later it will have place but still not now. Most code still developed for win32, so if you want your dll was claimed it showld be still for win 32. (IMHO).

Re: CueSharp

Post by Wyatt » October 7th, 2008, 10:45 pm

Erazer wrote:I do not mean front end. I mean port to WIN32!!!! From .net Framework to WIN32. From C# to C++ for example...
I do not want to enforce users to download 20 MB Framwork to use your dll with my application... Do you understand me ? ;)


The .NET Framework is only a 20 Mb download the first time. And if you're using Windows Vista it's no download at all (Vista comes with .NET 3.0).

From this setup, you can see my answer: no. No, I will not translate the perfectly good C# library to a C++ dll.

CueSharp isn't a complicated library. It took me a few days to write and several weeks to iron out the obscure bugs. Thus, I wouldn't mind helping you translate it over to C++ (not "port to WIN32"). Though, I won't do it on my own.

You might want to reevaluate your aversion toward .NET.

Re: CueSharp

Post by Erazer » October 7th, 2008, 3:50 pm

I do not mean front end. I mean port to WIN32!!!! From .net Framework to WIN32. From C# to C++ for example...
I do not want to enforce users to download 20 MB Framwork to use your dll with my application... Do you understand me ? ;)

Re: CueSharp

Post by Wyatt » October 7th, 2008, 9:31 am

You mean do I plan on making a graphical interface for it? No, I don't.

It works on Windows (and Linux and Mac) as it is; it's a development library, not a standalone program.

I encourage you to make an interface for it.

-Wyatt

CueSharp

Post by Erazer » October 7th, 2008, 4:19 am

Do you plan to port CueSharp to Win32 ?

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