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On Jan 14, 2008, at 1:04 PM, pjd wrote:
> With mono 1.2.6 the program starts but crashes as soon as the
> watcher detects any changes in the directory it monitors. I can't
> give the
> error message because windows can't copy from a command prompt but
> there are
> a lot of references to C:\cygwin\tmp\... I don't know why this is as
> you are
> not supposed to need cygwin to run mono.
> pjd wrote:
>> Hi I'm using mono for a project which I want to run on more than just
>> windows. The project involves a filesystemwatcher object to monitor
>> several files used by the program and to trigger an update to the
>> of the variables holding the contents of the files in memory.
>> This works fine on MS .NET but on mono (using windows and Arch
>> linux as
>> test systems, both with mono 1.2.5 and both fully updated) the
>> will not run and if --debug is specified it is revealed that it
>> that the filesystemwatcher is not implemented.The mono FAQ says
>> that any
>> up-to-date kernel should work with it and google does not show much
>> information on the issue.
>> Does anyone know how to get it working or is there a good
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