[Mono-dev] olive without recompile mono

Atsushi Eno atsushi at ximian.com
Mon Jul 21 21:59:16 EDT 2008

Olive will always be mono and mcs from trunk, so no, you have to always
build mono from svn. Olive is defined as "under heavy development"
stuff. We don't welcome those who demand stable use of it. And of
course forcing dependent stuff is the only good idea.

Once the next version of mono is released, you'll be able to build
olive (if you are not very unlucky).

BTW (as you are cross posting to moonlight-list) olive has nothing
to do with moonlight anymore.

Atsushi Eno

buhochileno at gmail.com wrote:
> Hi guys:
> Curently is not posible for our development team to change the 
> development environment (fedora OS, mono version, etc..) and we have a 
> pretty new ones of all..but due to a new dependence, we need olive I 
> find a RPM in some opensuse repo but claim that need mono 2.1 and of 
> course force things is not a good idea, also recompile all mono to allow 
> a compilation from source of olive is also not a option for us...
> there are is any other option?, make a rpm from olive sources?, compile 
> olive soirce with my curently installed mono version?, how can I check 
> if my mono version is able to compile olive?, mono --version give me this:
> Mono JIT compiler version 104788 (tarball)
> Copyright (C) 2002-2008 Novell, Inc and Contributors. www.mono-project.com
>         TLS:           __thread
>         GC:            Included Boehm (with typed GC)
>         SIGSEGV:       normal
>         Notifications: epoll
>         Architecture:  x86
>         Disabled:      none
> any other sugestion?
> Thanks
> Mauricio
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