[Mono-dev] ..mscorlib.dll was not found compiling mono from sources
a.badger at gmail.com
Wed Apr 15 11:46:33 EDT 2009
buhochileno at gmail.com wrote:
> Toshio Kuratomi wrote:
>> Have you taken a look at the Fedora packages? Fedora-10 has mono-2.2
>> and monodebugger
> argh, as I explain in all my post, the goal is have the monodevelop
> debugger addins, so yes I know about the fedora 10 and koji fedora 11
> packages, but those don't include the monodevelop debugger addins. Also
> as I explain in a later post, is posible to compile just monodevelop
> using the mono core installed by the f11 koji packages, but the
> monodevelop debugger addins don't work and claims about:
> ## DebuggerServer started
> EXCEPTION: Mono.Debugger.TargetException: Unsupported `mono' executable:
> So, probably the RPM guys seems to be compiling mono core in some way
> that make imposible for the debugger addin to work...
That's a possibility. Do you know what configure switch would do that?
> So what are my options?, try to to compile ALL by mysefl to no depend on
> koji things...but here is where the mscorlib problem came in...
Sure. So if you have a problem compiling mono itself and the rpm guys
are getting mono itself to compile on the platform you're interested in,
you should take a look at what they're doing. You can see what sequence
of commands they're using to compike, what configure options they're
giving, and what patches they're applying. Then you can make sure you
don't apply whatever it is that's causing mono-debugger to malfunction
while finding out how they are able to build.
>> I've just finished building mono-2.4 for Fedora-11 which might have
>> additional things that are necessary if you're building from mono's trunk.
> By the way, this is a question about the mscorlib problem compiling
> mono, I'm pretty tired about the fedora support for mono, so please
> don't tell me to wait until something that is going to come for fedora
> and things that "might have", I prefer to try to solve directly the
> compilation things and posible make my own paquages for the Univ.
I'm not doing that at all. I'm telling you -- if you have a problem
compiling the mono package on Fedora; there's a repeatable recipe for
getting mono to compile on Fedora in existence. Comparing it to what
you're doing will help you find out what you're missing.
BTW, if you get this to work, the monodevelop packager in Fedora would
likely be interested in a bug report. If the problem is a configure
switch to the mono build, you can email me and I'll get it in.
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