[Mono-devel-list] Prjmake-sharp-gtk execution in Windows & mod_mono

Craig Dayton cadayton at starband.net
Mon Aug 16 22:31:16 EDT 2004

Hi Paco,

I uninstalled Mono 1.0.1 and installed Mono 1.0 from the link you provided
below.  Mono 1.0 is working much better now.  I would imagine my original
post probably makes more sense to you now.  Don't hurry on my part to get a
fix for Mono 1.0.1 because I'm just pushing buttons and kicking tires with
the Mono product.

Thanks, Craig

>-----Original Message-----
>From: Francisco T. Martinez [mailto:martinf at mfconsulting.com] 
>Sent: Sunday, August 15, 2004 19:39
>To: mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com
>Cc: Craig Dayton
>Subject: Re: [Mono-devel-list] Prjmake-sharp-gtk execution in 
>Windows & mod_mono
>There is indeed a problem with the combined Win32 installer available 
>from mono-project .com/downloads/.  I am trying to put together a 
>solution that should be available withing the next 72 hours or so.  In 
>the meantime you may be well served using the previous 
>iteration of the 
>installer available at:
>Should you follow my advise, uninstall the installer you got from the 
>Mono site and then install the one I have pointed you to.
>Craig Dayton wrote:
>>I've set the system env variables as indicated below and modified the 
>>bat file, but prjmake-sharp-gtk is still expecting to find files 
>>located at C:\mono\Mono-1.0\lib\pango\1.2.0\modules.
>>It appears prjmake-sharp-gtk.exe has a hard coded directory reference 
>>in it or I'm missing a environmental setting. My work around was to 
>>create the 'C:\mono...' directory and copy the appropriate 
>files to it.
>>With the 'Mono Win32 Combined Installer', libmod_mono.so isn't 
>>available to support loading mod_mono in Apache.  I've down 
>loaded the 
>>source for mod_mono.  Would it be reasonable for me to expect 
>that this 
>>can be compiled in the Win32 environment (mcs.exe of course) and have 
>>it work with Apache2 (2.0.48)?
>>If so, I'm not quite sure how to go about getting the Makefile.Win32 
>>generated since there doesn't appear to be a corresponding *.csproj 
>>file available.  Given the existing examples, I could 
>probably build it 
>>from scratch but would like know if mod_mono has a chance at working 
>>Thanks, Craig
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