Incidentally, this article series is invalid as it references DXMUTMisc.cs. The DX Utility Toolkit in the Samples directory is broken as it is out-of-date due to breaking changes in the SDK.

Correct me if I'm wrong. DXMUTMisc.cs simply does not compile, regardless of what Microsoft.DirectX.* assemblies are referenced.

Jon

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UPDATE:

OK, I've realized that I need to include *all* of the sample Utility Toolkit framework files, or Samples\Managed\Common\dxmut*.cs. However, it only worked if I used the .NET v1.1 DX assemblies. Using the single .NET v2 assembly, I still get compiler errors. Apparently the v2 version is either half-baked (beta) or is intended for specialized usage.