Ok! I will have to look into how I could do that.
I have now written a .NET wrapper placed in a .NET Standard library. So, it’s decoupled from my app. The point was that anyone could include it and they’d be off quickly to building apps. So, with that I mean to say that I was hoping that people could start even before you have a standalone package.
I just took the mobile projects code and did some small adjustments.
So, all I need now is the specific Ffi alpha-2 binaries for the various platforms.
So the best thing for .NET developers to do, which I am doing currently, is to develop .NET Core2 apps, since they can run on Linux, iOS, Win and in preview also ARM!
But I guess, for now I can just upload the wrapper to GitHub, and so anyone who wants to use it could look for the binaries, and if I manage to compile them myself I can upload them too.