|Thanks for the link!
Unfortunately it doesn't help. It seems that regasm doesn't recognize .NET 5 assemblies. Regsvr32 does, and it registers the component / interface / library, but no TLB is generated. That makes it virtually useless.
From Exposing .NET Core components to COM | Microsoft Docs :
Quote:Unlike in .NET Framework, there is no support in .NET Core or .NET 5+ for generating a COM Type Library (TLB) from a .NET assembly. The guidance is to either manually write an IDL file or a C/C++ header for the native declarations of the COM interfaces.
So now I'm investigating how to create / compile / use the correct IDL file. Should anyone have some good pointers for that, let me know