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Managed C++ and IDisposable

I'm writing some code using the new Managed C++/CLI syntax and I ran into this error:

error C2039: 'Dispose' : is not a member of 'System::IDisposable'

the code I started with was this:

image->Dispose(); // image implements IDisposable

which gave me the same compiler error, so I wanted to eliminate a class/namespace error so I rewrote it as this:

((IDisposable ^)image)->Dispose();

Which gave the above error.  Yikes!

Here's the fix:

use delete.  Managed C++ now hides Dispose() inside the finalizer.  Just delete the object, it handles the rest. Freaky.

Published Friday, August 01, 2008 9:40 AM by Steve Hawley


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