[Mono-dev] Mono in WinPE - need minimal installation.

Stefanos A. stapostol at gmail.com
Tue Nov 2 14:26:48 EDT 2010

You might be able to embed a minimal version of mono into a native launcher
with just enough of the runtime to execute your apps.

Yes, this entails building mono yourself. It's not hard. See:

2010/11/2 greenaj <greenaj at cox.net>

> Thanks for the reply, but I was wondering if there was a way of manually
> installing mono, without all of the libraries and assemblies in the GAC.
>  We
> are running Mono under WinPE.  Different versions of mono apps may be
> downloaded from web services and launched while a machine is being
> re-imaged.
> The mkbundle'd files are rather beefy, so we wanted to save on download
> size.  We are hoping to manually create a minimal Mono runtime environment,
> tailored for what we need.
> I have seen docs on how to build mono, but how do you deploy what is built?
> Is building mono yourself the way to go?  There are not a lot of answers.
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