[Mono-list] nighltly build

KiOrKY KiOrKY <kiorky@goddess-gate.com>
Tue, 15 Jun 2004 10:14:26 +0200

i think about both :-)
but ok for the bootstrap, i do only make ! then.... but why when i use the lastest nightly build i cant commpile nant? because when i use mcs-095 it works

Iain McCoy <iain@mccoy.id.au> a écrit :

> On Tue, 2004-06-15 at 17:24, KiOrKY wrote:
> &gt; OK, so im happy to listen that i have done fine for a long moment.
> &gt; however when i compile nant with last nightly build (of mono and nant)  i
> got compilation errorsbut when i do make install in mcs095(release) directory
> after installation of the nighly build , all is going fine ! so its why i was
> thinking that classic make wxas not suffisant. What is the
> &quot;fullbuild&quot; rule ? because when i use it i get an corlib error (got
> 21 need 22)
> &gt; why ?
> &gt; regards
> &gt; 
> Sorry, are you asking about mono or nant?
> I think fullbuild is obsoleted now (replaced by bootstrap), but in any
> case it was (and bootstrap is) only ever useful for people who are using
> mono from cvs, not from snapshots or releases.
> &gt; Iain McCoy &lt;iain@mccoy.id.au&gt;
> a écrit :
> &gt; 
> &gt; &gt; On Tue, 2004-06-15 at 16:51, KiOrKY wrote:
> &gt; &gt; &amp;gt; can someone gives me stes to compile nightly builds bnecause
> im thinking
> &gt; &gt; that i do it wrong !!!!
> &gt; &gt; &amp;gt; 
> &gt; &gt; &amp;gt; i cant access cvs because enterprise 's firewall... so i can
> just download
> &gt; &gt; packages in &amp;quot;dayly&amp;quot; part of the web site
> &gt; &gt; &amp;gt; 
> &gt; &gt; &amp;gt; i want to refresh all the apps (mono but mcs too !)
> &gt; &gt; &amp;gt; regards
> &gt; &gt; 
> &gt; &gt; Download a mono snapshot from the website, http://www.go-mono.com/daily
> &gt; &gt; . You do *not* want a monocharge or a monolite; you want the mono
> &gt; &gt; package. At the moment, that's mono-0.96.20040614.tar.gz
> &gt; &gt; 
> &gt; &gt; Use either tar with the zxvf switches or an application like
> file-roller
> &gt; &gt; to extract the tarball
> &gt; &gt; 
> &gt; &gt; open a terminal; cd into the directory you extracted the tarball
> to
> &gt; &gt; 
> &gt; &gt; run ./configure, or ./autogen.sh if there's no configure. Make sure
> all
> &gt; &gt; the dependencies you need are satisfied.
> &gt; &gt; 
> &gt; &gt; run make
> &gt; &gt; 
> &gt; &gt; run make install
> &gt; &gt; 
> &gt; &gt; You should now have a mono install in /usr/local. You may need to
> set
> &gt; &gt; environment variables so it takes precedence over one installed from
> a
> &gt; &gt; package; the relevant variables are PATH and LD_LIBRARY_PATH,
> &gt; &gt; -- 
> &gt; &gt; Iain McCoy &amp;lt;iain@mccoy.id.au&amp;gt;
> -- 
> Iain McCoy &lt;iain@mccoy.id.au&gt;

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