[Mono-list] mcs and mono package

KiOrKY KiOrKY <kiorky@goddess-gate.com>
Tue, 8 Jun 2004 17:25:02 +0200

this is my way fir mono
compile mono-cvs-snapshot and do make install
compile mcs and do make install
 and re do make install  in mono-cvs-snapshot
for me, both are installed, and thats no problem ;)
(checkinstall -D is very nice)

if you have packages what about do this (install mono then mcs then re mono)  (even with force option)


Melinda <melinda_sayang@hotpop.com> a écrit :

> On Tue, 2004-06-08 at 18:30, Giuseppe Greco wrote:
> &gt; The split between mono and mcs is historical...
> &gt; The mono package contains the execution environment
> &gt; source code, plus the pre-compiled class library.
> Is it safe to tell people that: mono-xxx.tar.bz2 has compiler for C#
> inside? I am writing article about mono but I m still confuse. Do we
> need mcs in order to install C# compiler for your computer? The link for
> downloading mcs-xxx.tar.gz is: 
> Mono Class Libraries and C# Compiler 0.95
> You see.... C# compiler.... C# compiler.......
> But with mono and without mcs, you have C# compiler already. YOu could
> do something like this: mcs blabla.cs without installing mcs package. I
> am confuse..... What is mcs? Where  is C# compiler truly? In mono or mcs
> package?
> &gt; To get mono running, you just need this package.
> &gt; 
> &gt; The mcs package contains the class library source
> &gt; code, and you need it only if you want to compile
> &gt; the class library by yourself.
> Why would someone want to do this?
> Thank you, guyz.... I just hope I can clarify this in my article so my
> readers are not confuse just like me.....
> &gt; 
> &gt; j3d.
> &gt; 
> &gt; , in reality the
> &gt; .NET Framework has deeper dependencies than those that meet the eye.
> &gt; They should be in fact be considered as one package.
> &gt; 
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