[Mono-devel-list] bsd version of mono?

Ryan Gregg ryan at intellidev.com
Tue Dec 2 12:30:41 EST 2003

This seems like a fairly major bug, having no GC support when running applications on BSD.  Is someone working on this problem, or is there more information somewhere on the cause of the problem so I can look into why the GC doesn't work?

Ryan Gregg

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Subject: Re: [Mono-devel-list] bsd version of mono?

Mono already works to a certain degree on OSX.  There is a bug (51590) 
that is currently preventing a clean build from CVS.  Check out the 
report for a workaround.  The interpreter (mini) is completely 
functional and thanks to Paolo Molaro, the JIT (mono) is well on its 
way to being complete on PPC.

The only catch right now on BSD is the GC is broken.  You must compile 
with --with-gc=none.


On Dec 2, 2003, at 10:02 AM, Chris Small wrote:

> Are there any plans for a BSD port of the mono suite of tools and the 
> class library?
> I'm also thinking in terms of Darwin for Mac OS X, whether there is a 
> likelihood of mono being available for Mac OS X in the next year.

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