[Mono-list] Use Windows or Linux paths to system references when building with VS2010 for Linux?

CodeSlinger dkolb at emdeon.com
Tue Dec 28 00:25:24 EST 2010

When I use VS2010 to create a new C# 4.0 command line application, by
default, I get references to the below assemblies all of which are located
in the "C:\Program Files (x86)\Reference
Assemblies\Microsoft\Framework\.NETFramework\v4.0\Profile\Client" directory
and are also marked "Strong Name=True" so are also in the GAC. If I build on
Windows I can run the pgm on Linux mono 2.8 just fine.


My question is - should I be referencing system assembly dlls from the
/usr/mono/lib/mono/gac and 4.0 directories on Linux instead of the ones on
Windows or does it not make a difference since they are in the GAC?

Thanks, Dave

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