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yoros@wanadoo.es yoros@wanadoo.es
Thu, 17 Apr 2003 22:39:28 +0200

On Thu, Apr 17, 2003 at 08:50:00AM +0200, Gert Driesen wrote:
> I'm new to mono and linux (actually I only installed linux to use mono, as I
> had too much problems building mono from cvs on Windows), and I followed
> your guidelines, but I get the following warnings when I make mcs :
> Your mono runtime and corlib are out of sync.
> When you update one from cvs you need to update, compile and install the
> other too.
> .....
> How can you make sure they are both in sync ?  You need to have mono
> installed to build mcs, but in your instructions you don't install mono
> until after mcs is built, that means you need to install the mono rpm's
> first, no (at least that's what I did) ?

Does not mind that messages of "out of sync" because the runtime you are
compiling at the same time have that "functions" the libraries are
looking for.

You need at least compile the new MCS and corlib. If that two things are
compiled, you can now install your new mono runtime and then do "make
-f makefile.gnu" again, and before it install the rest of MCS.



Pedro Martinez Juliá
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