JNBridgePro version 7.3 has been released!
With the new version, JNBridgePro now supports Visual Studio 2015, Eclipse 4.5 “Mars,” and Windows 10.
We’ve also added a new feature that we call “proxy by name.” When generating proxies, if the target binaries contain metadata providing the names of the methods’ parameters, then the corresponded parameters in the methods in the generated proxies will also contain this metadata. That means that when you use the proxies in your project, the proxied methods’ parameter names will appear in Visual Studio’s IntelliSense, and in equivalent mechanisms in other IDEs like Eclipse’s Code Assist. Proxy by name will work in both .NET-to-Java and Java-to-.NET projects. Users have been asking for this feature for a while, and we’re happy to finally provide it.
Finally, we’ve made some improvements to the licensing mechanism. JNBridgePro now looks in the application base folder (specified in the configuration file) after looking in the folder containing the executable. This is particularly convenient for Java-to-.NET applications using shared memory. We’ve also renamed the licensing dlls to better express their purpose, and to keep their names fixed even when the version of the licensing mechanism changes, which means that you’ll need to make fewer changes to your application when you upgrade to newer versions of JNBridgePro in the future.
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