This_is_Mine This_is_Mine - 1 year ago 149
C++ Question

marshal String^ to string. Get an error with marshal.h

I have both of these in my class

#include <msclr/marshal.h>
#include <msclr/marshal_cppstd.h>

and I have

using namespace msclr::interop;

I am using it to marshal String^ to string. Here is one example.

string ProgReleaseType = marshal_as<std::string>(CurrentSubKey->GetValue("ReleaseType", NULL)->ToString());

When I build, I get this error.

Error 53 error C4996: msclr::interop::error_reporting_helper<_To_Type,_From_Type,false>::marshal_as': This conversion is not supported by the library or the header file needed for this conversion is not included. Please refer to the documentation on 'How to: Extend the Marshaling Library' for adding your own marshaling method. C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 12.0\VC\include\msclr\marshal.h 237

When I go into the marshal.h and read through line 237 is says to please use a marshal_context. I thought I was. I don't get what it doesn't like.

Answer Source

Use a marshal context:

 msclr::interop::marshal_context context;

string ProgReleaseType = context.marshal_as<std::string>(CurrentSubKey->GetValue("ReleaseType", NULL)->ToString());
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