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    Posted: 20 June 2014 at 3:37am

I'm working for a company in Sweden. One of our products is a C++ application - using MFC (MDI) and Codejock-for-MFC.

I've been asked if we could "port the application to .NET" - so it would be possible to use, e.g., C# libraries and other .NET features. I know there is something called "C++.NET" - or maybe (if I understand it right) it should be called "managed C++" now. But I don't know much about it.

My question: Is this at all possible? Could we run an MFC-application as "managed C++"? Can an application using Codejock be run as a "managed C++" application?

I'd be very grateful for some good advice! :-)

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