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[Windows] Will OpenTK Compiled with .NET Native in the future?

Hi, I just noticed that few months ago Microsoft has announced about their .NET Native Compiler (Faqs: Here)
So, will OpenTK in Windows compiled with this when .NET Native is available on every versions of .NET Framework?

To be honest, I am so excited about this!


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Frassle's picture

Had a brief read of it, it looks like it compiles all assembly references so I don't think OpenTK actually needs to do anything for developers to use Native Compiler with it.

the Fiddler's picture

That's right, .Net native compiles the target application and all its dependencies before deployment. Initially, this will be used on Windows Store applications, but I guess it will be released for the full version of .Net at some point in the future.

CXO2's picture
Frassle wrote:

Had a brief read of it, it looks like it compiles all assembly references so I don't think OpenTK actually needs to do anything for developers to use Native Compiler with it.

the Fiddler wrote:

That's right, .Net native compiles the target application and all its dependencies before deployment. Initially, this will be used on Windows Store applications, but I guess it will be released for the full version of .Net at some point in the future.

I dont even notice that!
its great! i hope the performance will get better too