[Mono-devel-list] Mono on AIX
esandler at netvision.net.il
Sun Apr 4 03:46:07 EDT 2004
I actually managed to fix the Makefile problem and I did manage to
compile Mono on AIX :-)
I got some dependencies problems, mainly with gettext and libintl which
I need to resolve and than I will be able to test mono.exe.
Regarding the _AIX_SOURCE flag, I know there is a flag named
PLATFORM_WIN32 which is used to define Windows specific code. I was
wondering whether there is a convetion for naming such flags because I
need such a flag to make everything work on AIX.
There are some minor code changes for AIX specifically and thats why I
need a flag.
Do you recommend using PLATFORM_AIX ?
After I'll finish making everything work, I will start fixing up the
various configure.in files and autogen scripts to make it work out of
the box for AIX.
Is there a chance that if I do complete most of the AIX support it will
go in v1.0?
On Sat, 2004-04-03 at 19:24, Miguel de Icaza wrote:
> > I also have a problem that is keeping me from going further in the porting
> > process.
> > For some reason, I'm keep getting stuck in the mono/arch Makefile with the
> > following error:
> > gmake: *** No rule to make target `/libmonoarch-ppc`, needed by
> > `libmonoarch.la`. Stop.
> This might be an issue with your make setup, since the target on the
> makefile uses the same macro to expand the head and the tail there.
> > I also got a general question. I saw in some of the configuration files that
> > a defined called _HPUX_SOURCE (or something like that was used). Therefore,
> > for the AIX code changes I am currently using a define called _AIX_SOURCE.
> > If there is another convention of names, I would be glad to change it to
> > what it should look like.
> If I remember correctly, _HPUX_SOURCE brings various definitions of
> structs and functions that would otherwise not be exposed.
> I do not know what _AIX_SOURCE would do.
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