This is a VB.Net Question
OK, so I've figured (with some help) out how to receive an asynchronous callback from a dll written in C++ using delegates. But I've also just figured out that a) callbacks run on separate threads from the UI and b) I don't -need/want- a separate thread. What I'd like to do is have the callback raise an event that interrupts rather than 'parallel' (a separate thread) the main thread (if possible).
So this is a three part question:
1) Is it possible to for a callback to raise an event in the primary thread?
2) If this isn't possible, is there any way to use events for this purpose or should I simply resign myself to handling a separate thread for each callbacks?
3) Any code examples of how to do either would be great, thanks