I'm a student that's in a class being taught (usually) exclusively in C++, however we have just started GUI development and our professor is using C++/CLI.
I believe that Rider is the only JetBrains IDE to have support for this, however I can't figure out if there's a way to create a Windows Form in this without it defaulting to C#.
As much as I could learn C#, I would like to follow along in the class as best I can.
I created a project in VS2022 and tried to simply open it in Rider to a little success - it opened and resolved code predictions properly, however when attempting to build it comes up with an error:
DLL entry point "int __clrcall main(cli::array<System::PE$AAVString >^)" (?main@@$$HYMHP$01EAPE$AAVString@System@@@Z) cannot be managed; compile to native
When in doubt, I'm open to simply using VS2022 as well. Any help is appreciated!
EDIT: I should add that the whole point of this is to get to the WinForm designer. If that's not possible, then VS2022 it is.