[Mono-list] hello world

Simon Waite simon@psionics.demon.co.uk
Sun, 21 Jul 2002 00:22:34 +0100

As in the program below :)


using System;
class Hello {
    static void Main() {
    Console.WriteLine("Hello world");

I've installed the following on Debian 2.2 (i386)


In that order. It builds hello.exe fine, and runs 
under mint and mono interpreters. I copy the file
over to a w2k box and attempt to run the exe and
get the following window: 

hello.exe - Application Error

The instruction at "0x200025ff" referenced memory 
at  "0x200025ff". The memory could not be "read".

Ok- terminate / Cancel - debug.

From what I can glean from the debugger M$ VS .NET
it's claming hello.exe is Native Win32, and the Win32
thread is causing the problem. I know nothing how
CLR .exes bootstrap into running the VM code, but

hello.exe, NTDLL.DLL, mscoree.dll, KERNEL32.DLL,
ADVAPI32.DLL, rpcrt4.dll, tsappsmp.dll, and msvcrt.dll
are all loaded

Call Stack
->200025FF()   *[2]
  KERNEL32.DLL!77e8d326()    *[1]

ASM Code[1]
  77E8D318 push eax 
  77E8D319 push 9 
  77E8D31B push 0FFFFFFFEh 
  77E8D31D call dword ptr ds:[77E8134Ch] 
  77E8D323 call dword ptr [ebp+8] 
->77E8D326 jmp 77EB6624 
  77E8D32B nop 
  77E8D32C nop 
  77E8D32D nop 
  77E8D32E nop 
  77E8D32F nop 

ASM Code[2]
  200025FC ?? ??? 
  200025FD ?? ??? 
  200025FE ?? ??? 
->200025FF ?? ??? 
  20002600 ?? ??? 
  20002601 ?? ??? 
  20002602 ?? ??? 

I'm not sure if I should raise this as a bug, or
that perhaps I'm being stupid and missing something.

Should linux made CLR exes run under windows?

Apologies if this type of question has been answered
somewhere before, but I suspect many newbies will
wonder why this doesnt work...