[Mono-list] 0.17 release on FreeBSD
Wed, 18 Dec 2002 15:53:13 -0800
* De: julien maerten <email@example.com> [ Data: 2002-12-18 ]
[ Subjecte: [Mono-list] 0.17 release on FreeBSD ]
> Hi folks,
> Today, I gave my first try to mono, on a FreeBSD 4.6 system. I had
> some trouble compiling it ( without the garbage collector ), due to the
> fact that the SIGRTMIN doesn't exists on freebsd. I had to hack
> mono/metadata/threads.c on line 1102, and replace SIGRTMIN with SIGKILL,
> but I don't know if it will cause any problem. I also had to disable the
> SIGRTMIN catching code in mono/jit/jit.c to make it compile.
> Furthermore, after compiling the Boehm garbage collector, mono
> doesn't compile, didn't the time to investiguate this issue.
> Finally, the xsp ( 0.2 ) makefile doesn't seem to be freebsd's make
> compliant, as it uses an unknown -C option.
> Hope this comments will help, sorry if these problems were already
These are all fixed in CVS, and you should use GNU Make from ports, 'gmake',
to build Mono.
Juli Mallett <jmallett@FreeBSD.org>
OpenDarwin, Mono, FreeBSD Developer.
ircd-hybrid Developer, EFnet addict.
FreeBSD on MIPS-Anything on FreeBSD.