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Custom SIP on Windows Mobile 6.0

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The company I work for is currently porting some of their software to Windows Mobile 6.0. We are in the process of creating a Custom SIP with C++ (it's our understanding that we cannot do this with C#). Since we are trying to use as much managed .NET code as possible (C#), we were wondering if it's possible to build the "back-end" (hooks and such) of the SIP in C++ but use C# to build the UI?

We were thinking it would be nice to compile our C++ code into a DLL and then call methods in that DLL from our C# code. Would this be a possible solution, or does everything have to be done in C++ (interface, back-end, etc..)

Thanks in advance!


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