Ant: Re: [Gtk-sharp-list] gtk-sharp.dll not working on linux because it references win32 dll's

Jost Boekemeier jostb2345 at
Fri Jul 22 12:54:01 EDT 2005


> > > The issue you dont seem to understand is that
> there
> > > is no "default" version.
> > 
> > Sounds like a fundamental flaw.  
> If your application is not capable of dealing with
> multiple versions 

what makes you think that we cannot deal with multiple
library versions?  The application has been ported
from java, so we must do this ourselfs.

I *do* know about the issues, it's just that I don't
agree that you want me to use the GAC, which I cannot
and will not use because certain mappings are missing.

Instead I thought it would be possible to use the
libraries that you install in the lib directory.

As it appears this is not possible on Linux, because
you "forgot" to install the .config files.

Anyway, these .config files are not ECMA standard and
it is unlikely that the other ECMA 335 VM's (DotGNU or
MS .NET) support it.  So your build process is broken
anyway and has to be fixed -- I can do this, if you
want, but I don't have much time at the moment.

Until then I have simply marked Linux as not

Jost Boekemeier

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