Monday, June 23, 2014
Whats new in this release:
* Fixed some bugs in C++ code
* Updated C++ documentation
* Added Delphi documentation
* Added Microsoft .NET binding
The C# source code of the .NET binding included. The library supports AnyCPU, x86 and x64 projects. It is compatible with .NET Framework 2.0 - 4.5 and tested with all Windows versions starting from Windows XP.
The provided assembly was compiled for .NET Framework 2.0 using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, but the project can be easily upgraded to the more recent versions of the .NET Framework and Visual Studio. It was done to cover more possible configuration, because the downgrade of the Visual Studio project is not possible. The sample project is also provided.
Please leave your comments or write a review to help me improve the quality and functionality of the Swelio SDK. If you found a bug - please report it to me using the contact form. The future requests from the active testers will be treated with higher priority.
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Thursday, June 19, 2014
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