Question Can i running api with C#?

Discussion in 'Developer Support' started by czcompl, Nov 17, 2015.

  1. i might make an dll with api and use dll run it on c#? is it work?
    i really don't like to write code in java
    --- Double Post Merged, Nov 17, 2015, Original Post Date: Nov 17, 2015 ---
    it will be cool i think,so i can write script bot in other language?
  2. You don't like to code in java. Even though C# is shit and their both similar.

    To do so you'll need to use jni which only supports c/c++ then you'll have to other shit. The process will be very slow and not worth it.
    You can already write scripts bots in a different language by using languages that run on the
  3. C# faster write code than Java,you know that's true lol
  4. Agree to disagree.
  5. not really, have you know ikvm? I can make an dll with API then i can use dll in c#
  6. Yes, but do you realize how many steps you have to do? You clearly don't know.
  7. Can i has maken api then usen no i yesterday.
    Sorry hadden to done it
  8. every thing normal,but not work lol
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  9. Not sure if troll or srs.
    Firstly, I'm pretty sure it's common knowledge that you can't just import a Java API into another language and have it work fine, although I do see that you're using IKVM, but even then you need the knowledge to use it properly.
    Secondly, the API in your screenshots isn't even RuneMate's.
  10. Yes it's only a test
    I've tried before in an email client projects (using java jar in .NET)
    --- Double Post Merged, Nov 17, 2015, Original Post Date: Nov 17, 2015 ---
    It can't read data from game client,because the hook is not installed i think
    I used third party game clients by myself coded,not Epicbot or Runemate
    #10 czcompl, Nov 17, 2015
    Last edited: Nov 17, 2015
  11. The hooks are within the API, it does all the hooking and stuff for you
  12. so API can read data from my client? i don't think so
  13. No, not from your own client. The APIs inject/reflect the JAR to get the info they need.
  14. Where can i download runemate api? i'll keep try lol
  15. download -> standalone? Profit? Learn to download? Learn that this won't work? Learn that it will be extremely slow? Learn that even with the library it still goes through three different processes?
  16. I kinda think that the main reason he wants to use C# is because it's the only language he's comfortable with :/
  17. I also doubt that c# code would compile on the svn...
  18. #cringe
  19. RM's API is encrypt maybe i should write code in java
    this is a good try anyway
  20. RM's API is encrypt? Did you mean obfuscated?

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