Fri, 14 Mar 2003 14:01:47 -0500 (EST)
At some point arn't we going to have some equivilent for Bonobo?
On Fri, 14 Mar 2003, Andy Satori wrote:
> The equivalent to regsvr32 in .NET is RegSvcs. However, that's for COM+
> In the Mono world, it would be useless to register a COM dll. You would
> want the equivalent of the GacUtil to load an assembly in the Global
> Assembly Cache.
> On 3/14/03 12:26 PM, "Paolo Molaro" <email@example.com> pounded the keyboard
> to produce:
> > On 03/13/03 Daniel Grigoras wrote:
> >> please, there is something similar with
> >> "regsvr32.exe MyProfiler.dll"(for Windows ),but in
> > I have no idea what regsvr32.exe does.
> >> Linux ?
> >> How may I register a profiler (DLL) under Linux?
> >> In CVS , there are the equivalents of ICorProfilerInfo
> >> and ICorProfilerCallback ( profiler.c , profiler.h
> >> ..).
> > Currently we have just an hard-coded profiler built-in in the mono
> > runtime: the plan is to add an option to load dynamically a library that
> > implements the profiling interface, but I didn't write the code to do
> > that, yet. And, yes, the profiling interface is similar, but is not the
> > same as in the MS runtime.
> > lupus
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