Porting a SQLite database class in Objective C to C# / Win8 WinRT Component - repost
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Note: I'm not willing to swing anything above $150 for this project. Please take this into account when bidding. This is mostly because elementary work and preparation are already done.
I need to port an iPhone app to Windows 8 + Windows RT. This task involves only porting the SQLite database class. The attached image ([url removed, login to view]) will give an overview on what this class does. Its dependency is FMDB ([url removed, login to view]), which is a very thin wrapper around SQLite. The project is in ARC.
I've purchased Automagical ([url removed, login to view]) to translate from Objective C to C# automatically. It does only part of the job. And please see the attached ([url removed, login to view]) for an idea of the current stage of this C# class. Note there are some 10 or 20 lines of code omitted from the C# class because Automagical wasn't able to translate it. Also note that there will be one or two classes that this project relies on, but not provided. The goal of this project is to finish porting this class. It's roughly 750 lines long including empty lines and comments. Most of its dependencies are already ported.
What you'll receive:
2. The source code of the class in Objective C.
What you'll deliver:
1. The ported class within the Visual Studio solution.
I don't have that much budget. And I do need this to finish within a week. If you are willing to work for me for this project I promise that I'll be nice and not nitpick on every details. Thank you for reading this. And when you are bidding, please say "I have Windows 8 installed and I am ready to work".
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