[Mono-dev] Problems with compiling code using F# from github

Leszek Ciesielski skolima at gmail.com
Sat Jan 1 13:21:03 EST 2011


I am trying to compile a simple program using fsc built from a github clone.
I am using mono from git-head, building F# with:
autoreconf;configure --prefix=~/bin-mono;make;make install
but the resulting executable fails to compile a source file:

[mono] ~/workspace @ fsc test.fs
Microsoft (R) F# 2.0 Compiler build (private)
Copyright (c) 2002-2010 Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved.

/home/skolima/workspace/unknown(1,1): error FS1221: FSharp.Core.sigdata not
found alongside

/home/skolima/workspace/unknown(1,1): error FS0229: Error opening binary
file '/home/skolima/workspace/bin-mono/lib/mono/fsharp-4.0/FSharp.Core.dll':
Exception of type 'Microsoft.FSharp.Compiler.ErrorLogger+ReportedError' was

Indeed, the .sigdata files are present in the F# build directory, but they
are not installed into ~/bin-mono directory. Is the build instruction
missing some steps?


Leszek 'skolima' Ciesielski
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