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Project Summary

Embeddinator-4000 is a tool to turn existing .NET libraries into libraries that can be consumed by other languages.

It is a tool that takes a .NET assembly and generates the necessary glue to surface the .NET API as a native API. The goal is to surface .NET libraries to all ecosystems where Mono/Xamarin run, and for each platform we provide an interface that is native to that platform as well as the tools needed to turn a .NET library into something that can be consumed on that platform.

This is a work in progress, the initial goals for this project are to surface .NET to C, C++, Objective-C (across the various Apple platforms) and Java (Android and regular Java).

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c# dotnet mono

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C#
61%
XML
14%
Objective-C
7%
12 Other
18%

30 Day Summary

Sep 14 2019 — Oct 14 2019

12 Month Summary

Oct 14 2018 — Oct 14 2019
  • 6 Commits
    Down -153 (96%) from previous 12 months
  • 4 Contributors
    Down -10 (71%) from previous 12 months