he Windows version of ooRexx supports COM/OLE classes, which can be used as if they were implemented as ooRexx classes. Unfortunately so far, there has been no support for .Net classes on Windows. This talk introduces the work of two WU students, one who created the .Net support (Manuel Raffel) and another one (Adrian Baginski) who created nutshell examples to teach and demonstrate how easy it is to use .Net with ooRexx. The .Net support for the Windows version of ooRexx is planned to be distributed with the next version of BSF4ooRexx, as early as fall 2016.
28 Aug. 2016 → 31 Aug. 2016
The 27th Annual Rexx Symposium
Österreichische Systematik der Wissenschaftszweige (ÖFOS)