Nivram's Examples -Need extensions? Send me a PM.-
• Managed C# projects, which combine C# and C++ in Visual Studio
• Using .NET Object (requires .NET Framework 2.0), and not using an extension
While it might be possible to make a fully-C# extension DLL, the runtime that seems to support that is XNA and UWP runtimes, which both target Windows but aren't the main Windows exporter.
Same here. I'm very disappointed because I paid money for click team fusion.
The interface with Fusion hasn't changed much over the years, so don't be too put off by the date on the SDK.
That said, there is an SDK still being updated called DarkEDIF, which I am maintaining. My next update will allow Android and Windows exts to be created from the same codebase. Supports Fusion 2.0 and 2.5.
It will be in C++, though.
Link to extensions and SDKs.