[Fwd: Re: [Mono-list] runtime intrinsics]

Daniel Stodden stodden@in.tum.de
28 May 2002 04:37:09 +0200

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(uh, forgot the followup)


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Subject: Re: [Mono-list] runtime intrinsics
From: Daniel Stodden <stodden@in.tum.de>
To: Paolo Molaro <lupus@ximian.com>
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Date: 28 May 2002 04:35:44 +0200
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On Mon, 2002-05-27 at 15:54, Paolo Molaro wrote:
> Run monodis --typeref on the program and lookup item 93 in the output:
> it's most likely a class that is missing in the mono lib or it's stubbed out
> and it doesn't include the Add method.
> lupus

okay, thank you, helps me a lot. the quest continues. its choking on:

(process:2387): ** WARNING **: Missing method Add in typeref index 60
        IL_003f: callvirt instance int32
        IL_0044: pop 
        IL_0045: ldloc.2 

and a whole bunch of similar cases in classes i originally intended to
test out (CodeDom and CodeDom.Compiler stuff I'm currently working on)

the method is there. actually i wrote it myself and monodis over the
System.dll build in question diplays it correctly.

any known problems with the jitter here? btw, mint just plain segfaults.

i'm currently working with fairly recent cvs builds. debs from
atoker.com expose the same behavior.

suggestions on how to proceed from here?

thanks a lot so far,