Published 11th of October, 2011, by Nikos Baxevanis. Tagged as autofixture, fare.

Using class libraries from different platforms

There are times where we need to use a library written in a different platform than the one we are currently on. Most of the times a port already exists and we can choose to go with that. Before using a port there are some good considerations:

Besides ported code, there are cases where we can use a tool that allows us to use the original library from a different platform. For example, when working in .NET we can use Java class libraries through IKVM.NET which has a bytecode compiler called IKVMC.

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