[Mono-list] NEWBIE: How do I build corlib under Linux?

Piers Haken piersh@friskit.com
Mon, 22 Jul 2002 21:48:42 -0700

You can build your own (see the web site on how to get the mcs project
from cvs), but in order to build them using mcs you need a set of
working class libraries. After building the runtime (using
mono-build.sh) get them from the nightly build and put them (and
mcs.exe) in your mono/install/lib directory. Then you should be able to

	cd mcs
	make -f makefile.gnu
	cp mcs/mcs.exe class/lib/*.dll ../install/lib


> -----Original Message-----
> From: William Wise [mailto:will@digitalelite.com] 
> Sent: Monday, July 22, 2002 1:06 PM
> To: mono-list@ximian.com
> Subject: [Mono-list] NEWBIE: How do I build corlib under Linux?
> Hi All,
> A quick and (I bet) easy question:
> I can get mono installed using the mono-build.sh script no 
> problem but am not 
> sure how to get corlib.dll and the rest of the available 
> System.* libraries 
> built from the nightly tarballs.  Any help?  I know I can 
> download them from 
> places like the mono on debian project but I want to build my 
> own so I can 
> make sure everything is in sync.  Please be as specific as 
> possible so I 
> don't have room to screw anything up!  :-)
> Thanks in advance,
> Will
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