[Mono-list] mkbundle issues
alexkloss at att.net
Wed Nov 21 14:11:51 EST 2007
Robert Jordan wrote:
> Alex Kloss wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> I'm developing a Gtk# app that I would like to build for both Linux and
>> Windows. In order to generate an independent executable, I used the
>> mkbundle -deps -o Source.exe Source.cs command, and the resulting .exe
>> works fine on Linux.
>> However, when I try to run the executable on Windows, I get a "Program
>> too big to fit into memory" error. I know that this usually means that
>> the file was corrupted, so I then checked the Windows copy against the
>> Linux copy with md5sum. No corruption.
>> Do mkbundle-created binaries work on Windows if they are compiled on
>> Linux? I believe I remember seeing a mailing list post to that effect.
>> If they do, then has anyone else experienced this error before?
> You must create the bundle on Windows.
Great, thank you. I'm not sure where I saw that Linux mkbundle binaries
would work on Windows, since it doesn't make a whole lot of sense to
begin with, but you never know.
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