[Mono-devel-list] ** ERROR **: file appdomain.c: line 898 (ves_icall_System_AppDoma in_LoadAssembly): assetion failed: (assRef != NULL), aborting...
Vadim B. Guzev
vguzev at yandex.ru
Tue Feb 10 08:16:34 EST 2004
** ERROR **: file appdomain.c: line 898 (ves_icall_System_AppDomain_LoadAssembly): assetion failed: (assRef != NULL), aborting...I've got the same problem in Mono 0.30, however, everything was fine in Mono 0.29.
This's a blocking problem why I can't migrate to new versions of Mono :-(
Assemblies can't be loaded from the specified path - full or partial (I used AppDomainSetup.PrivateBinPath
to specify assemblies location or AppDomainSetup.PrivateBinPath - the result is the same).
Vadim B. Guzev
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From: Urs Muff
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Subject: [Mono-devel-list] ** ERROR **: file appdomain.c: line 898 (ves_icall_System_AppDoma in_LoadAssembly): assetion failed: (assRef != NULL), aborting...
I tried AppDomain.CurrentDomain.Load, Assembly.Load, Assembly.LoadFile, and Assembly.LoadWithPartialName. I always get the same error.
I don't know which reference cannot be loaded, but all references are either in the same directory as the assembly to be loaded, or system assemblies.
I'm also adding a AssemblyResolve handler (which is not called).
Please advice: what parts are supported on mono? [BTW: this code is running fine on .Net 1.1].
This is a showstopper for me: I can't get further without a workaround or fix...
- Urs C. Muff
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