[Mono-dev] Bug with Ssl cert validation

Greg Young gregoryyoung1 at gmail.com
Wed Mar 19 00:55:40 UTC 2014

Just off the top of my head... maybe a summer of code would be better spent
on these kinds of issues and improving the throughput of donations as
opposed to the next interesting technical topic.


On Wed, Mar 19, 2014 at 2:39 AM, Konaju Games (Dev) <dev at konaju.com> wrote:

> I spent 4 days trying to get make to work on Cygwin. Followed those
>> instructions and others. Every post I found had significant errors in
>> it (eg Cygwin package names ) or was years out of date.
> There are at least two blockers/bugs in Cygwin/Mingw32 that I know of that
> prevent Mono from building.
> Firstly a header file in the mingw32 Win32 headers needs to be edited to
> remove a duplicate declaration.  There is even a comment in the offending
> header file that it needs to be removed.  Why they don't just remove it in
> the distribution I have no idea.
> Next, /etc/fstab in Cygwin needs to be edited to add "noacl" to the
> /cygdrive mount.  This is to avoid the situation where files created by a
> Win32 executable launched from a bash script end up with no permissions on
> the Cygwin side (from Cygwin's attempt to map Windows permissions to Unix
> permissions).  The files with no permissions cause failures in make later
> on.  Specifying noacl fixes this issue.
> These two issues (particularly the second) had me stuck for several days,
> but are never mentioned in any tutorial on building Mono in Windows that I
> could find.  I still never ended up with a successful mono build in Cygwin
> though.
> Another thing, ignore the tutorials that say you can't use make from
> Cygwin and need a special version of make 3.80 from elsewhere.  That no
> longer applies.
> Sly
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Le doute n'est pas une condition agréable, mais la certitude est absurde.
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