Hosting .NET Core CLR in Windows native process

Really interesting sample on how to host Core CLR from native process: fancy Development – Hosting .NET Core Clr in your own process.

Because Core CLR is a work in progress, we need to grab parts from https://github.com/aspnet/KRuntime and mainly from mscoree.h.

We can dream about a Webkit/Core CLR or Spartan/Core CLR integration.

EDITED: A quick google search reminds me a major advance in Silverlight that occured in 2008 Program Silverlight with the CoreCLR. In WPF/E, E stands for everywhere (Windows and Mac with a Mono version  for Linux). It’s not a joke. But in 7 years, we lost Xaml and UI.

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