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    Default Java DLL

    I`m a .NET programmer and i meet some bugs there (of course)...
    The problem is SplitContainer is not properly implemented as a DoubleBuffering control.

    I`m looking for someoane that can make for me a simple dll with a SplitContainer... and I inheritance that class in my .net project.

    If there`s someone with a lot of time that can help me... i will tell you my details (I need two property in SplitContainer)

    10x

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    How do you propose to convert Java to a dll?
    Why are you not asking for C, C++, or C# code?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zweibieren View Post
    Why are you not asking for C, C++, or C# code?
    He is asking for C# code: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...container.aspx
    But he's just completely lost and somehow confusing Java with C#.

    To the original poster, you're in the wrong place as this is a Java forum and you need to find thee a C# forum for this question.

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    Ohh no... I wanna a "java 100% DLL" with that splitcontainer... no C#.
    I don`t want any link with .net on it.
    Last edited by shantz; 01-13-2010 at 01:47 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shantz View Post
    Ohh no... I wanna a "java 100% DLL" with that splitcontainer... no C#.
    I don`t want any link with .net on it.
    Well, you can't create a .dll file from java classes. You have to resort to .class files or .jar files which are quite a different cup of tea.

    kind regards,

    Jos
    Last edited by JosAH; 01-13-2010 at 02:56 PM.

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    I need to call that from my .net project and it`s working with .class file...
    Last edited by shantz; 01-13-2010 at 03:00 PM.

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