[Mono-dev] Mono on MIPS 64
smnaumenko at gmail.com
Thu Nov 20 07:57:56 EST 2008
Thanks a lot.
On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 2:29 PM, Rodrigo Kumpera <kumpera at gmail.com> wrote:
> You can start by looking at one of the current ports to learn about the
> effort required. My suggestion are the x86, amd64 or ppc32 ports.
> The big chunk of platform specific files exists under mono/mini and, for
> example, the x86 ones are: cpu-x86.md, exception-x86.c, mini-x86.c,
> tramp-x86.c and associated headers. The others are under mono/arch/x86 and
> Once you get acquainted with an existing and working port. Take a look at
> mono/docs and fire your text editor.
> The way to more a port forward is by first taking making the tests under
> mono/mini work and then move to things more complex. Getting basic.exe
> working is a first big step forward.
> 2008/11/20 Sergii Naumenko <smnaumenko at gmail.com>
>> OK. I see :)
>> Well, is there any advises how to start the mono's porting on MIPS64?
>> On Thu, Nov 20, 2008 at 6:41 AM, Mark E Mason <mason at broadcom.com> wrote:
>>> The port to MIPS64 was never started (to the best of my knowledge), much
>>> less completed.
>>> I might actually get my mips system back up and running and get back to
>>> working on the MIPS JIT ... One of these days. LOL.
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>>> Subject: [Mono-dev] Mono on MIPS 64
>>> Hello all,
>>> Is there anybody who managed to compile and successfully run Mono on the
>>> MIPS64 architecture?
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