This may not be the proper place to ask but here goes...
When creating a GUI to interface with my C/C++ code in the past I have used MFC. Now I have switched to strictly using C# for creating GUI's.
The issue is that I need to create a GUI for a C++ app and I do not want to go back to MFC to create it.
Could someone point me in the proper direction to understand how I can add my C# designed interface into my MSVS solution and have it call functions from my C++ project.
For instance, my C# dialog handlers need to be able to access function in other C++ projects. These projects will have be included in the solution and are compiled into static libraries. So presumably I would be able to call these function simply by making them dependencies of my C# project.
I have heard of issues with managed and umanaged code, and I am not sure whether they will apply to my situation or if it is a non issue and I should ignore it.
any ideas ?