[Mono-bugs] [Bug 457065] incorrect system.web.extensions w/ install packages?

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User mmorano at mikeandwan.us added comment

Mike Morano <mmorano at mikeandwan.us> changed:

           What    |Removed                                         |Added
             Status|RESOLVED                                        |REOPENED
         Resolution|WONTFIX                                         |

--- Comment #2 from Mike Morano <mmorano at mikeandwan.us>  2008-12-08 15:23:00 MST ---
Hi Marek,

Thanks for your comments, and indeed, you confirmed what I believed to be true,
which is that mono moved _away_ from the newtonsoft libraries.

However, I think my bug is still valid in how the prebuilt binaries are
created.  The ones I had installed for my opensuse installation _were_
referencing the newtonsoft library, which I could tell when I ran XSP in trace
mode, and this is what I believe to be the bug.  As you stated, mono should now
be using the mono implementation.

I was suggesting that perhaps the binary was built by referencing the .csproj
files, as that is the only place I could see anything in my checkout from svn
referencing these newtonsoft related files.  I too do not use VS for building
anything on mono, so have no patches in that regard.  This is why I built
everything manually, so that I could run my app w/o the newtonsoft library.

Sorry for any confusion, I just want to make sure the right version is getting
bundled as part of the final build that creates the binaries that everyone is
downloading and using.


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