[Mono-list] Difference in assemblies
Thong (Tum) Nguyen
Thu, 6 Feb 2003 19:23:27 +1300
The book might be out of date. Currently, all the types in the
System.Text.RegularExpressions namespace are contained within the
System.dll assembly in v1.0 of the .NET framework.
You should be able to leave out the /r switch and compile regex.cs fine.
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> Hi all!!!
> While testing the examples in "A Programmer=B4s Introduction to C#" i
> the following sentence:
> // compile with: csc /r:system.text.regularexpressions.dll regex.cs
> but the current mono don't have an assembly with that name, instead it
> the System.Text namespace
> in the System.dll assembly. I know it doesn't have too much importance
> example compile without problems once i realized that i just had to
> to the system.text.regularexpressions.dll assembly)
> but perhaps it would be good to have the sames assemblies than MS
> Well..., just an idea
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