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.NET Plugin Interface 1.3

.NET Plugin Interface 1.3

Provided interface allows to create Total Commander plugins using .NET supporting languages.

If you are .NET developer and have a good idea for Total Commander plugin - provided .NET Interface is the right choice for you.
With this interface you can concentrate on the main functionality of your plugin without having to worry about most of mundane tasks of TC plugin building.

Main features:
- use all flexibility and power of .NET Framework to implement required plugin functionality,
- your plugin project will contain managed code only, not even one line of C++ unmanaged code,
- base classes for all TC plugin types - File System, Lister, Packer, and Content,
- easy debugging with included tracing system,
- all optional methods not implemented in managed plugin are excluded from the final TC plugin (so TC will never call them),
- TC calls are translated into managed calls with parameters marshaling,
- one unified Plugin Loader loads all types of TC plugins,
- each plugin is loaded into separate Application Domain to provide isolation and security boundaries for executing managed code,
- control over the lifetime policy for managed plugin instance is allowed,
- Unicode and 64-bit plugin features are supported automatically,
- final binary files are compact (usually less than 100 KB).

Project's page on SourceForge: http://sourceforge.net/projects/tcdotnetinterface/

Source code available on: https://sourceforge.net/p/tcdotnetinterface/code/HEAD/tree/trunk/

Category: For Plugin Writers
Status: Open-Source
Author: Oleg Yuvashev
Added: 1.10.2014
Updated: 1.04.2015
Downloaded: 2409 times
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