[Mono-devel-list] macosx beta2 binary
d0lphin at mail.edu-net.hu
Wed Jun 9 20:50:23 EDT 2004
On Jun 10, 2004, at 1:35 AM, wiking wrote:
> hmm well i was playing with a bit, now i can run gtk# samples, but as
> you can see from the "howto" there's a lot to change/fix
> any comments/ideas? (fe.: which .dylibs should be removed from
> On Jun 10, 2004, at 1:07 AM, Urs Muff wrote:
>> Well a binary distribution has nothing to a fink or darwinport one,
>> and is
>> intended for someone who has no prior installation. I will
>> definitely not
>> uninstall anything you already have installed.
>> All the libraries and dependencies are local to the Mono framework,
>> are just some symbolic links in /usr/bin that point to the framework.
>> You can remove it by removing /Library/Framework/Mono.framework and
>> all the
>> symbolic links in /usr/bin that point in there.
>> Darwinport and fink distributions are more intended for developers or
>> that know what they are doing.
>> - Urs
>> -----Original Message-----
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>> [mailto:mono-devel-list-admin at lists.ximian.com] On Behalf Of wiking
>> Sent: Wednesday, June 09, 2004 3:16 PM
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>> Subject: [Mono-devel-list] macosx beta2 binary
>> ::: well after installing mono beta 2 binary on my macosx i've just
>> realized that it totally has f***d up the structure (paths etc) that
>> had in beta1 binary - the darwinports like binary way, because of this
>> it seems that i have to recompile everything because of
>> cross-references... any ideas maybe to avoid this - or a way to simply
>> remove whole beta2? :(
>> just cannot understand why did you have to change all this....
why don't You install from source? it takes about 20minutes - ok 30 on
Your machine ;]]
just remove everything the binaries installed (which dylibs? everything
that looks like mono or mint ;] - check the date of the files),
./configure && make && make install, and the same with gtk#.
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