[Mono-list] CVS problem
Jaime Anguiano Olarra
21 Apr 2003 16:11:07 +0200
Sorry for the delay. I will add this to the faq now.
On Fri, 2003-04-18 at 01:13, Gonzalo Paniagua Javier wrote:
> El vie, 18 de 04 de 2003 a las 00:49, Paul escribi=F3:
> > Hi,
> > I downloaded from CVS last night the source to mcs, mono and gtk# (as
> > per the instructions on the website).
> > Following the readme file, I compiled mono. However, it looks like most
> > of the dlls required (which should be in mcs) aren't there. Further
> > digging found this to be the case.
> > I've downloaded the tar ball which the other readme file says, copied
> > this to /usr/local and then compiled mcs (as per the instructions).
> > I have 2 questions about this process.
> > 1. Shouldn't the sources for the dlls be part of the cvs download
> > 2. Why are the files in the tar ball all terminated with the .exe
> > extension?
> This should be in the FAQ.
> You need cc to compile gcc. So you need a C# compiler to bootstrap mcs
> and libraries. That's why we provide those dlls and exes, which, btw,
> are the extensions that libraries and executable files (so called
> assemblies) have in .NET. Of course, under *nix you can rename then to
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