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Is there an example of hedera-protobuf-master with C# or plans for .NET SDK for Hedera

I'm a .NET developer and would like to stay in this technology stack.

1. At the hack-a-thon, I think I heard Ken say that for other languages we could use protobuf files.
      - I'm new to protobuf and have done some reading but examples are always very helpful. Is there anything like this for C#?
2. Will there be a .NET SDK?
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  • MrBillMrBill Posts: 3
    edited November 2018
    Thanks for your reply Ken.

    I began writing C++ managed .NET project to wrap C SDK. I'm now getting build errors, so doing some investigation.

       - hedera.lib : fatal error LNK1107: invalid or corrupt file: cannot read at 0x85

    I next looked at the library files included in the C SDK released on GitHub (https://github.com/hashgraph/hedera-sdk-c). Looks like they are only 1kb in size. Are these the static libraries we should be trying to use?
  • MrBillMrBill Posts: 3
    Ken,

    I uploaded the initial implementation for this wrapper. This might help in getting a dialog started to get this .NET SDK wrapper up and running.
    https://github.com/BillAgner/hedera-sdk-dotnet-wrapper 

    Thanks,
    Bill
  • kakinskakins Posts: 1
    edited February 16
    I'd like to see a .NET SDK too and hope this can come to fruition.  I'd like to help with the project that Bill published, but I'm afraid I'm not versed in C++ and not sure what, if anything, I could do to get this moving along.

    I've started to read up on some documentation about creating C# wrappers for native C, but it appears it may be possible without the intermediate C++ layer.  Unless I'm missing something of course.
  • @kakins - currently we do not have plans for a .net SDK. If you would like to speak with some of our devs about this type of project, try joining and reaching out on discord at: 
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