[Gtk-sharp-list] Strange compiler errors and runtime crashes on Windows

Chris Lee chris at lee-gertner.net
Wed Apr 18 10:17:01 EDT 2007

Thanks!  I haven't fixed the problems yet, but I think you have pointed
me in the right direction.


On Wed, 2007-04-18 at 10:37 -0300, Rafael Teixeira wrote:
> Looks like you are having versioning problems,  And example, you are
> using a lib A, version, and a lib B that referenced a version
> of lib A, unless you configure version-policies, things won't
> match when compiling a lib/exe C that uses both. This is particularly
> easy to happen when you compile with VS.NET generated AssemblyInfo
> sources, that set the version number like 1.0.0.*, what means the
> compiler will generate a new number on each compilation for the
> *-part.


> Multiple installation should not be a problem as they install versions
> in separate places, and the GAC is versioned (keeps various versions
> of the same library), but mismatched packages installed, or your own
> libs compiled against a version and then referecend with other
> versions is a sure source of problems (if all subprojects are in the
> same solution vs;net/SD calculates the dependencies and recompiles all
> that is needed).

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