[Mono-devel-list] The standrad set of .dlls (the implicitly included ones)

Rafael Teixeira monoman at gmail.com
Thu Aug 5 09:45:17 EDT 2004

Hi Mads,

Looking at the code for mcs  (in driver.cs) we can find:

	// For now the "default config" is harcoded into the compiler
	// we can move this outside later
	string [] default_config = {
#if false
		// Is it worth pre-loading all this stuff?

What differs from csc that loads this list from a configuration file,
that normally has a bigger list. Please add a bugzilla case, if you
really need to have it working like csc. The reason this list is
shortened here is just because it makes mcs have a faster startup

I don't understand what you called 'fusion'. Sorry.

Hope it helps,

On Thu, 05 Aug 2004 13:18:23 +0200, Mads Lindstrøm
<mads_lindstroem at yahoo.dk> wrote:
> Hawdee
> How do one get the standard set of .dlls? That is, the ones which it
> is _not_ necessary to include (with -r) when compiling programs.
> In MS .net I suspect one could use some fusion stuff. Would this also
> work in Mono?
> However, fusion seems to be complicated and not that well
> documented. Are there any easier ways?
> If fusion works in Mono, do anybody have some nice documentation /
> examples?
> Greetings,
> Mads Lindstrøm
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