[Mono-list] mono setup for windows

Zef Hemel zef@fmf.nl
Sat, 30 Mar 2002 10:57:53 +0100

Cool, just installed it and the compiler seems to work. However mint
doesn't. Whenever I try to run a simple Hello.exe (formerly Hello.cs ;)):
class Hello
	public static void Main()
		System.Console.WriteLine("Hello world!");
which compiles correctly (and also runs through the .NET CLR).
And try to run it: mint Hello.exe. It gives me an application error:
"The instruction at "0x78028e5b" referenced memory at "0x007423a0". The
memory could not be "read"."

I'm running Win2k SP2 with the .NET framework 1.0 SP1 installed.

I have no older versions of mono running, so that couldn't be it. Any clue
why it doesn't work?


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[mailto:mono-list-admin@ximian.com]Namens Guenther Roith
Verzonden: zaterdag 30 maart 2002 9:49
Aan: mono-list@ximian.com
Onderwerp: [Mono-list] mono setup for windows

I've done (mainly for some of my friends who want to try out mono) a windows
setup package for mono.
It has some errors, but these will be killed in the near future.

You could call it "dirty" as it uses no folders like bin, lib and has
everything in one folder, but most windows
applications mix these things and its much easier to handle. I can change
that in the future.

The page is: http://www.superin.formativ.net/mono/mono.htm

IMPORTANT: If you are using already mono/cygwin (the source code releases)
you have to delete mint.bat in
the windows/system32 dir (and c:\mono-0.10\install\lib) to remove it again.
Otherwise it may deactivate your mono.

PS: If you find english errors on the page you can send them to me.My
english is pretty bad :-)

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