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I highly recommend using MSYS2 instead of Cygwin. It is basically a well-maintained fork of Cygwin that includes ① the Mingw-w64 toolchain (basically, GCC for Windows), ② a robust package manager (pacman from Arch Linux) and ③ packages for the Irrlicht engine. Once MSYS2 is installed, you can install GCC and Irrlicht from an MSYS2 shell: pacman -S mingw-...


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You actually do not need C++/CLI for this, although you could use it if you wanted. I don't really recommend it. C#'s platform invoke facilities should be sufficient for you. You'll need to make your engine available as a DLL. Doing so is beyond the scope of this question, but there's plenty of information about making DLLs available on the web. Once you ...



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