Making an .OCX file using .NET. HOW?

I want to make an ActiveX object (.ocx file) using .NET. Visual Studio C++ (6.0) will allow me to do this with a fairly straight-forward wizard. I don't want to use C++ for this though. I want to do this in C#. There are all sorts of examples on the internet on how to use an ActiveX file in C# but no explanation of how to MAKE an ActiveX file using C# or .NET or VB.NET. Is this possible?

"I was pondering the immortal words of Socrates who said... I drank what?!?" -Chris


  • I don't think you want to use .NET to make a general .OCX (if it now is possible?), because then you have to redistribute the entire .NET framework/runtime and that is huge.


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