I want to write an application in Visual C# using the rtilib.dll.
But looks like I can't use it as some of the API's like RTI_CloseWin32Module() are in rtilibinit.lib and .lib in VC++ can't be imported to Visual C#.
Kindly let me know if you have a complete DLL file of RemoTI which I can import in my Visual C# test application.
you are correct, you would need a wrapper layer interface to make the conversion from un-managed to CS and vice versa.
Actually our target emulator SW running on a PC use this wrapper interface and DLL (RTILibWrapper.dll) to call the un-managed code so you would have to do the same. You can't use the same interface as described in RemoTI SimpleConsole Application
Please contact a TI sales representative or go through our internal forum if you need to get the source code of the wrapper layer as an example of how to write a wrapper interface for CS with RTI stack.
Thank you for the reply.
I am able to locate the RTILibWrapper.dll in the following path:
in “C:\Texas Instruments\RemoTI-CC253xDK-1.2.1\bin”.
But, I am looking for some document which can give me the function prototype and usage of the API's inside this DLL.
the DLL is in the release because the wrapper layer is used in our Target Emulator SW but it is not intended for 3rd party development.
Hence, APIs are not publicly accessible in the forum, sorry for that. We can provide it to you (along with source code) if you contact one of our local sales representative.
I hope this helps.
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