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Is there any way to write a .net gui component for foobar2000?
post Jun 1 2011, 22:28
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Well the title more or less says it all im wondering if there is any way to write a gui component/plugin in .net for foobar2000? i have more or less no knowledge in c or c++.

what im after is making a GUI for foobar2000 in wpf as wpf makes it so easy to create cool and good looking gui......
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post Jun 1 2011, 23:21
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No there isn't, thanks god

Closest would be perhaps use of (problematic?) COM automation server component, thou not much offerings there
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post Jun 2 2011, 00:09
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Ok, sad.gif thanks for the fast response
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post Jun 3 2011, 19:11
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I managed to compile fb2k's SDK in C++/CLI once. And AFAIR the resulting component did execute some managed code but there was something wrong on the app's quit ≠- it always crashed. So you can try to investigate it further. But I'm not sure it'll be a good decision.

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post Jun 15 2011, 15:49
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It could be technically possible, but it would require a fair bit of C++ and CLR competence from you to wrap things enough to be usable. There might be some additional niggles for UI components in particular, as they're instantiated rather early.

foo_title has a shallow managed wrapper for parts of the API, which has worked in the past, but I'm unsure whether it's still feasible. I've never managed to implement it properly.

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