I am trying to use RubyCLR to access an existing .NET assembly. When I try to call a method that takes a UInt16 (a C# ushort) parameter, I get a missing_method error, presumably from RubyCLR, because it can't match the parameter signature. (FWIW, this particular method is overloaded.) I've tried everything I know to try to work around this, but I am stumped. How can I explicitly force a parameter of UInt16 (or Byte, etc.)?? --Bruce
on 2007-01-16 23:20
on 2007-01-17 00:12
On 1/16/07, bvanderw <email@example.com> wrote: > I've tried everything I know to try to work around this, but I am > stumped. How can I explicitly force a parameter of UInt16 (or Byte, > etc.)?? It's a bit of a hack, but I'd just use the System.Convert method that .NET already provides. You should be able to call it from Ruby and pass the value returned to your assembly. Justin
on 2007-01-17 04:05
Justin - that's one of the things I tried, and it doesn't appear to work. Thanks anyway!