[Mono-dev] MonoCharge on Windows

Robert Jordan robertj at gmx.net
Thu Jun 17 06:14:18 EDT 2010

On 17.06.2010 12:01, SuperCiccio wrote:
> I know that it is risky, but it is not for production use: I have to try some
> of the latest implementations or make some modifications to code by myself.
> In particular, I am interested to System.ServiceModel.

1) open a Mono command line

2) change dir into the tree you've extracted from a charge

3) install assembly into GAC, but take care to use Mono's gacutil.
    This is usually ensured by (1):

    gacutil -i System.ServiceModel.dll

4) copy the assembly to Mono's profile dir (this is only needed
    if new APIs were implemenented):

    copy System.ServiceModel.dll \Mono\lib\mono\2.0\

    (this assumes your mono is installed in c:\Mono, so adjust
    paths according to your system)

5) repeat for each assembly you want to update. Note
    that updating mscorlib.dll or System.dll will render
    your system useless.


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