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C# Classes Copy Constructors and DLLs

Posted on 2006-11-05
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Hi,

i have a class <A> which has a copy constructor in it.
I have a DLL that i pass the  class <a> as a parameter to a function.
But i when i try to pass that class in as an object i get the message cannot convert class <A> to class <A>.

Here is the line i think it is breaking on:
           // Run Function
          fRun.Invoke(oClass, new object[] { "Test", "Test", Class <a>, "Test" });

Can anyone help??
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My guess would be that you are dealing with 2 different versions of the class ... i.e. the dll is linked to a different version than the one you are trying to pass. I would look at the versions of the objects using reflections to see if this is the case ..

Cheers,

Greg
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