[Mono-list] Finding out the required dependencies

Danny Waite dannywaite7 at hotmail.com
Sat Dec 29 17:16:39 EST 2007

Hi Alan,
Many thanks for replying to me regarding this, I know its a little while ago now.
How would I go about running this against an ASP.NET app where there are multiple files not just a single DLL or EXE.
Actually I'm using the website publish feature of VS.NET 2005 that seems to create App_Web_xxxxx.dll and App_Code.dll files, does this help?
Best Regards,

Date: Sun, 9 Dec 2007 19:53:51 +0000From: alan.mcgovern at gmail.comTo: robertj at gmx.netCC: Mono-list at lists.ximian.comSubject: Re: [Mono-list] Finding out the required dependenciesIf space is at a premium, you could use the linker to cut down on the size of the all the libraries that you reference.http://evain.net/blog/articles/2006/08/21/link-to-link You'd probably be best talking to jb himself on the finer points on what the linker can and cannot do, but it should be able to cut down on the size of the libraries fairly significantly.Alan.
On Dec 9, 2007 6:57 PM, Robert Jordan <robertj at gmx.net> wrote:

Danny Waite wrote:> Hi guys,>> I'm running XSP2 in an embedded system when the disk space is sparse> at best.  How do I find out what libraries my app is running and > remove all the rest from the GAC?  Is there a quick and easy way to> do this.  I tried removing the ones I 'know' I am not using like> Windows.Forms but seems there are hidden references in the dependency > chain.System.Web actually depends on System.Windows.Forms.You can find the dependencies using monop or monop2 (for the 2.0profile):monop2 --refs -r:System.WebRobert _______________________________________________Mono-list maillist  -  Mono-list at lists.ximian.comhttp://lists.ximian.com/mailman/listinfo/mono-list
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