[Mono-dev] What directories/files needed to distribute a mono runtime from a build?

Stefanos A. stapostol at gmail.com
Tue Dec 28 02:44:23 EST 2010

On Linux, you can also use mkbundle [1] to "create a single executable which
will contain the strict minimum it needs to run." I don't know if this tool
has been updated to .Net 4.0, however.


2010/12/28 Jonathan Pobst <monkey at jpobst.com>

> On 12/27/2010 11:30 PM, CodeSlinger wrote:
> > Would mono/bin, mono/lib/mono/gac and mono/lib/mono/4.0 then be
> > for a 4.0 runtime?
> Probably not, to have EVERYTHING for a 4.0 runtime, you would probably
> For example, there is some stuff in /etc/mono/4.0 that your application
> may need for cryptography, asp.net support, etc.
> If you are using the Winforms browser control, you would need xulrunner.
> If you are using System.Drawing, you would need libgdiplus.
> etc.
> I would assume *most* everything that Mono ships is needed for some use
> case, or else it wouldn't be shipped.
> Jonathan
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