I have seen here and there that Go is like a modern-time C/C++ (meaning: with modern syntax and memory management, but about as fast).
I'm interested in leveraging the power of such a language, to include an image processing library in our .Net application.
But that raises the problem of wrapping the Go library in a .Net shell. I have successfully wrapped a C library using C++/CLI ; is there a way to do a similar thing with Go ?
I would like to NOT use Swig, which I tried before, and is absolutely awful and doesn't work most of the time.