[Mono-dev] Embedding Mono

Jonathan Chambers joncham at gmail.com
Wed Jun 9 16:06:45 EDT 2010


You just need to build the runtime. You could also build everything
yourself, and then build runtime in 64-bit.

You should be able to take a recent mono install for windows, get matching
source and build the VS solution for the runtime. There is a x64 target that
was working; it may need a little effort now though. I'd be able to help you
through any issues if you have them.


On Wed, Jun 9, 2010 at 4:00 PM, guysherman <guy at guysherman.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm looking to embed mono, but I want to embed it inside an x64 C++
> application on Windows 7. From what I've heard, a 64-bit assembly on
> windows
> cannot load a 32-bit assembly, so I assume I need a 64-bit version of mono.
> Do I just need to build the runtime for 64-bit, or must I also build mcs
> and
> the framework?
> Thanks,
> Guy Sherman.
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