[Mono-dev] moonlight source in mono-2.0

Jeffrey Stedfast fejj at novell.com
Mon Aug 18 19:58:13 EDT 2008

Forgot to add that IMHO, ideally you should package (even if you don't
ship by default) the 2.1 assemblies (and smcs?) so that it is easier for
Fedora's end-users to get a working Moonlight should they choose to
install it.

W/o the 2.1 assemblies packaged, they would have to build their own

Since Fedora deems Mono legally safe, there's no reason for Fedora not
to at least package the 2.1 assemblies as there is absolutely nothing
new in the code.


On Mon, 2008-08-18 at 23:37 +0100, Paul wrote:
> Hi,
> > > For that reason, anything to do with moonlight has to be removed from
> > > the sourceball, therefore the code to build smcs has to go.
> > 
> > but the source to smcs is exactly the same as that of gmcs!?!?
> > 
> > As Yoda might say: "No sense does this logic make."
> In that case, what does smcs really do that gmcs doesn't other than
> target the moonlight bits and pieces? Fedora are really picky over
> things, so I play it safe.
> Now, onto more pressing matters. How the hell do I get XIM to play
> nicely...
> Paul
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