[Mono-devel-list] Better warning when an assembly can't be loaded
tauberer at for.net
Tue Mar 22 09:46:06 EST 2005
Attached is a patch to slightly improve what happens when a referenced
assembly at run time can't be found anywhere.
The warnings go from ('a' and 'b' are assemblies, 'A' is a class in 'a'):
** (b.exe:21606): WARNING **: Could not find assembly a, references from
System error: No such file or directory
** (b.exe:21606): WARNING **: Could not load class from .A (token
0x01000001) in /mnt/part2/dev/b.exe
mono: symbol lookup error: mono: undefined symbol: g_assert_warning
... to ...
** (b.exe:22598): WARNING **: The following assembly referenced from
/mnt/part2/dev/b.exe could not be loaded:
Assembly: a (assemblyref_index=0)
Public Key: (none)
The assembly was not found in the Global Assembly Cache, a path listed
in the MONO_PATH environment variable, or in the location of the
executing assembly (/mnt/part2/dev/).
** (b.exe:22598): WARNING **: The class A could not be loaded, used in
/mnt/part2/dev/b.exe (token 0x01000001)
It would be nice to not have Mono die right after that, and instead
throw a managed exception, but it looks like that involves a lot of work
to carry the problem back to a point where an exception can be thrown.
Let me know if and when it's ok to commit.
- Joshua Tauberer
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