[Mono-dev] Inspecting x86 assembly

Daniel Lo Nigro lists at dan.cx
Fri Nov 16 10:37:34 UTC 2012

You can use Ahead of Time compilation to generate a .so file with native
code. Is this what you're looking for?


On Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 7:15 PM, Stack Pointer <stackpointer at me.com> wrote:

> I want to inspect the x86 assembly that mono generates from my .exe.
> Mostly for specific functions. How do I achieve this?
> $ mono --help-devel
> tells me that I could compile a method and generate assembly for it. How
> should I be using it? If I do:
> $ mono --ncompile 1 --compile METHODNAME EXENAME EXEOPTIONS
> I get an error saying:
> Usage: mini --ncompile num --compile method assembly
> How do you guys inspect the generated assembly while developing? Is there
> some other internal option that enables that?
> Thanks,
> Vrajesh
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