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Unresolved Token delete when writing managed wrapper class

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I am new to managed c++.  I am writing a managed wrapper for an unmanaged class.  When I compile I get
error LNK2020: unresolved token (0A00000C) delete
I'm assuming this is referring to the delete in the destructor of the unmanaged class.  How do I get rid of this?
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Svetlin_Panayotov earned 250 total points
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Just idea - try to use LocalFree() / GlobalFree() instead delete.I had similar problem - but at runtime - and this worked for me.

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Still don't know why it wouldn't recognize delete, but I've left points anyway.
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