In this post I showed how to create an Console app using my Visual Studio Light for ARM, to run on a Raspberry PI3 on Windows Core IoT.
Taking it one step further is that you access an DotNet Assembly that was created before, and seem to run as well on X86 as on ARM
So most Assembly DLL’s seem to be architecture independend …
Let’s see here :
Using ILSpy you can see the source of the self made .NET Assembly.
I copied the DLL Assembly to the RPI3, did a remote access from PS IDE and ran the following code.
As you can see it ran without any issues ! the result was returned as expected …