[Mono-list] step 2 ...

Paolo Molaro lupus@ximian.com
Mon, 18 Feb 2002 13:27:21 +0100

On 02/18/02 Christophe VG wrote:
> with the VES in place (running linux) it seems a good time to look into
> the possibilities. I'd like to feed it some "executables". So I'll be
> setting up a VS.NET hopefully later today. But I was wondering if there
> was some sort of CIL compiler that takes the "readable" assembler and
> dumps the opcodes into an "executable" ?

There was a discussion about the IL assembler a few days ago: check the
archives. Basically, you can use pnet ilasm or try running on linux the
assembler Sergey wrote. Make sure you report the results or any bugs
discovered in this case ;-) We can use of an assembler running on
linux to create tests that you can't write in C#.


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