[Mono-list] Mono and MAC OS X?

Paolo Molaro lupus@ximian.com
Tue, 25 Mar 2003 19:48:10 +0100

On 03/25/03 Urs Muff wrote:
> The current mint is not working at all on Mac OS X [at least for me].  All I

It works for me. Have you tried compiling without GC support?

> get is 100% CPU and that's the end of it, whatever I do, even trying to run
> the simplest possible hello world pre-compiled assembly.  --> It's kind of
> hard to help if not even that works.  Where to start?  What is the state of

You could start from a debugger...

> the union [interpreter/runtime]?  What environment is used to debug
> [CodeWarrior/Project Builder]? --> since the environment will greatly
> improve the possibility to track down crashes, and other hard bugs.  [mint

You can use the environment that suits you best.

> does not look in great shape in any platform, I found problems [not being
> able to use with mcs for example] on windows, and linux with mint].

If you find a bug, file a bug report with a test case. Last time I
checked mint bootstrapped both mcs and corlib on linux/x86 (yes, it's slow).

> Does anyone have a 'working' environment at all on Mac OS X?  If so, are you
> willing to share, so that we all can help.

I use the code from cvs, though the latest release should work as well.
I don't link to libgc since when I tried a few months ago that got me a
linker error that I haven't had the time to investigate.


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