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Converting C to C# SpatiaLite Amalgamation

Posted on 2011-09-13
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Hi,

I am looking to port SpatiaLite Amalgamation from C to C# so it works in SilverLight does anyone know of a decent reliable converter tool?
I have never done this before so I really don't know what I need, a little instruction from someone who has done this before, would also be great!

Regards Hayden
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Have you seen this tool: http://www.code2code.net

Also, you should look at the msdn page: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/magazine/cc301520.aspx

Remember that, C++ compiler can compile C also.
So, the instructions given for C++ holds good for C also.

Hope this helps.
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