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When is managed DX documentation coming?!!

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Install DirectX 9.0 and read the README file. It states:

3. MANAGED CODE

3.1 Viewing Managed DirectX Documentation

The DirectX managed code application programming interface (API) is automatically installed with DirectX 9.0. Open Visual Studio .NET and then, from the Help menu at the top, choose Contents. The documentation node in the Table of Contents is called DirectX 9.0 (Managed). The documentation can also be viewed on the Web at http://www.msdn.microsoft.com. See the Help topic, "Tips and Tricks Using Managed Code," for the basics of how to install and use DirectX managed code and documentation.


3.2 Samples

The samples for using Managed DirectX are located at (SDK root)\Samples\C#\ and (SDK root)\Samples\VB.Net\.

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There is a .chm of it in the full Summer 2003 SDK.

[edited by - Mastaba on November 6, 2003 10:37:06 PM]

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The latest MSDN Show also talks about this particular topic.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/theshow




Kami no Itte ga ore ni zettai naru!

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