I’ve imported a dotnet library and some of its inputs require nullable types.
It seems that to so this I have to import System in its entirety and its isn’t clear how to do the implementation (in a script I’d just put a ‘?’ at the end of Type).
It loks like something best done under the hood.
Ideally this should be done under the hood by us devvvvs. However since this isn’t done yet: did you have a try of importing https://msdn.microsoft.com/de-de/library/b3h38hb0(v=vs.110).aspx?f=255&MSPPError=-2147217396 via type import?
In the end the Nullable type is just a type as any other, no?
So try this and maybe name the forwarded type “?!” if possible.
If you wondered what i’m talking about:
in the grey book the documentation about forwarding a type importing currently is found under “patching libraries” … and then “forward wrappers”: https://thegraybook.vvvv.org/reference/extending/forwarding.html
Well, we are working on that part still…
Took a while to get it, but indeed CastaAs did the job. I initially I tried to actually import the type but I couldn’t understand how to create a type constructor in VL and in the end CastAs worked as an adaptor that I could use in the forwarded nodes.
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