[Mono-list] Creating a minimal runtime

Guenther Roith groith@tcrz.net
Fri, 19 Jul 2002 18:05:32 +0200

> First off, as I'm new to the list, let me congratulate everyone
> involved with mono. It's really amazing how quickly this project
> has matured. I never really paid much attention to .net as all
> of my work is cross-platform, now that I've "found" mono, I am
> really excited by the possibilities. My pet project is a C++
> simulation framework that contains all kinds of ugly hacks in
> order to make it extensible and scriptable, all of which would
> go away if I could base it a .NET runtime instead.
> My first test is to set up a runtime environment; a minimal
> install that will support an application based on my framework.
> So I built the standard C# "Hello, world", put it on a clean
> WinNT box and then tried to fix the errors. I ended up with a
> directory with the following files:
>    hello.exe          libintl-1.dll    libglib-1.3-12.dll
>    monomono.exe       iconv.dll        libgmodule-1.3-12.dll
>    libgc.dll          corlib.dll
> However, I am getting the error "The assembly corlib.dll was
> not found or could not be loaded." Any idea why this is?

Put corlib one directory bleow in "lib"

e.g. your files are in c:\somthing\myfiles --> corlib.dll is in