Apr 29, 2010 at 2:12 PM
Edited Apr 29, 2010 at 2:13 PM
I've noticed that if I have a COM interface declaring an out parameter such as
HRESULT MyMethod([out] BSTR *outVal);
The interop contains an "out string outVal" as expected;
int MyMethod(out string outVal);
But if I have:
typedef BSTR MyStringType;
HRESULT MyMethod([out] MyStringType *outVal);
The interop becomes:
int MyMethod(StringBuilder outVal);
Is this behavior really correct? I would expect an "out string" as usual.
Adding the following line below line 536 of TypeConverter.cs in the released source code seems to fix the problem:
m_nativeIndirections += builtinType.m_nativeIndirections;
Any thoughts on this?