[Mono-devel-list] compiling LIGGDIPLUS for Mono on Solaris - corelib not in sync
rkumar at novell.com
Wed Nov 3 23:22:15 EST 2004
Try using 'which mono' and 'which mcs' commands.
The output you get must start with the prefix you
would have used with make command.
If it is not so, then you have got two installations.
You need to remove one. Or if you know which folder
has the newer installation, you can adjust your $PATH
variable in such a way that newer one appears before
the older one.
Easy-but-time-consuming way is to remove both the
installations, and make sure that they are removed
and mcs, mono commands no longer work. Then, do a
>>> Doug <dougpostman at yahoo.com> 11/03/04 1:56 AM >>>
After rebuilding the System.Window.Forms area and
following the below instructions, I still get the
'Corlib not in sync with this runtime: expected
corlib verion 28, found 22.'
I have download the lates mono source code from the
mono/daily area and rebuilt everything - still no
good. Is there something else I have to do do or
libraries I need to replace?
--- Paul <paul at all-the-johnsons.co.uk> wrote:
> > I downloaded all the source file off of mono.
> > is no directory named class/System.Windows.Forms
> > mcs or mono. Just curious to were it is?
> /home/paul/mcs/class/System.Windows.Forms - replace
> /home/paul with
> where ever you downloaded the cvs repositories to.
> > Am trying
> > to compile wine with the gcc 3.4.2, will let you
> > how it goes if interested.
> Don't bother with Wine for mono. It's pointless as
> it's no longer being
> developed. Instead, Managed.Windows.Forms (the
> replacement which uses a
> module to talk to the underlying window manager, and
> can therefore be
> used on just about any platform) should be used.
> is where that one live.
> "Trust me, I know what I'm doing" - Det.
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