[Mono-devel-list] Referencing mono assemblies

Jonathan Pryor jonpryor at vt.edu
Sat Apr 5 16:50:43 EST 2003

Correct, the mono assemblies do not have strong names...yet.  I'm not
sure when mono will get strong-name support.

So to use the mono assemblies under .NET, they'll have to be in the same
directory as the application.  You'll also have to rebuild your app so
that it doesn't contain references to the strongly-named .NET
assemblies, allowing .NET to look for the assemblies in the
application's directory.

Also note that you can't use mono's corlib.dll under .NET.

 - Jon

On Fri, 2003-04-04 at 09:10, Richard Parratt wrote:
> Hi,
> How do I get an executable (running under mint, mono or .NET) to reference
> the mono versions of the System.XXX assemblies rather than the MS ones in
> the GAC?
> Am I right in thinking that the mono ones don't have strong names?
> Thanks for any answers!
> --
> Richard Parratt
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