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.