[Mono-dev] Embedding Mono: multiple calls to mono_jit_init

Zoltan Varga vargaz at gmail.com
Fri May 13 06:17:38 EDT 2011


   Supporting this would be a _lot_ of work, the most basic problem is that
the runtime depends on non-automatic C variables being 0 initialized on
startup. You can support this in your app by putting the runtime into a
linux shared library (.so) and loading/unloading the shared library yourself
using dlopen/dlclose.


On Fri, May 13, 2011 at 11:56 AM, MartinAlexander <
martin.arvidsson at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hello,
> Calling mono_jit_init several times is not supported as discussed in other
> forum posts, but my question is why?
> Is it a bug that have plans to be solved?
> Or is it a problem with the Linux architecture?
> My problem is that I am writing a DLL which is called from an closed-source
> commercial application with calls like OnInit, OnUninit, OnThis, OnThat and
> so on. This application has a reload/restart function which unloads the DLL
> completely and then starts it again. On Windows this works, but not on
> Linux.
> Thanks!
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