[Mono-dev] Use eglib as a default for mono 2.6
Michael B. Trausch
mbt at zest.trausch.us
Thu Apr 16 19:11:10 EDT 2009
On Thu, 16 Apr 2009 18:53:45 -0400
Miguel de Icaza <miguel at novell.com> wrote:
> Luckily there are not that many public uses of the GLib data types in
> Mono's public header files, so when we decide to break the API for
> embedding we can do this at the same time.
> I personally would like to see also migrate from the glib-provided
> data types to stdint.h provided datatypes where possible.
GLib, being a portability library, I think is a nice thing to use. Is
there any way that (should the host system not actually have it) the
Mono build process could use a local copy of it (or fetch a copy and
build it along with Mono) and just use that?
That would seem to me a much more reasonable option than leaving
altogether. If the host system doesn't have glib, or it has a glib
that is far out of date as would seem to be the original cause for this
thread, Mono can just build a copy and place it in /usr/local/lib along
with its libraries.
Just my 2¢,
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