[Mono-dev] Running Mono on 32bits-big endian PowerPC
alexander.koeplinger at xamarin.com
Fri Apr 1 13:06:36 UTC 2016
ASYNC is just a #ifdef symbol which gets defined when the -d option is
passed to the compiler (basic.exe in this case, which is basically the mcs
You would need to look into the .cs files mentioned
in System.Xml.dll.sources to find out which pieces of the code light up
when that symbol is defined.
>From there on you can try reducing the test case to a small repro sample
that you can debug.
As Jo said in his email, I'd also suggest looking at the 4.4
release/branches since those will be the next stable release in the near
2016-04-01 9:37 GMT+02:00 Mathieu Malaterre <malat at debian.org>:
> My initial post was a bit vague. Let me rephrase it.
> I am trying to solve the following issue:
> I would like to know where is the documentation for the '-d:ASYNC'
> documentation ? I've naively tried:
> % ./mono basic.exe --help
> -define:S1[;S2] Defines one or more conditional symbols (short: -d)
> Which is missing the information for the 'ASYNC' meaning.
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