[Mono-list] Can't make helloworld with mkbundle

j j@bawlsforall.com
Thu, 17 Mar 2005 16:16:44 -0500

hi paul,

i can indeed build it that way, however since 1.1.3 mono has simplified 
support  for "bundles" which include the program in question, along with 
any and all needed mono runtimes. for fun i decided to read all the release 
notes, just to see if there were any features that i had overlooked. and 
what did i find? the feature that i had been waiting for ever since i had 
found out that people needed runtimes for .NET/mono applications (quite a 
while ago). (well, 1 of 2 top features, the other one being SWF.) more 
details are available here: http://go-mono.com/archive/1.1.3/ along with 
the man page for mkbundle.

i suppose it would make sense to need gcc right? i mean compiling an 
application to a machine executable binary, one would need some kind of 
compiler other then the mono one, along with a linker etc.

thanks for the reply,

At 06:06 PM 3/16/2005 +0000, you wrote:

> > >i'm having trouble making a simple hello world bundle with mkbundle 
> --deps
> > >helloworld.exe. on windows i get a system not supported exception, and on
> > >fedora core 3 i get:
>Try the proper way
>mcs helloworld.cs
>I've not come across mkbundle under FC, but by the looks of it, you're
>invoking gcc to compile C# which gcc (currently) has absolutely no
>knowledge of!
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