[Mono-list] mkbundle output.exe does nothing
robertj at gmx.net
Fri Mar 26 10:06:04 EDT 2010
On 26.03.2010 14:58, Marcovdlinden wrote:
> I'm trying to mkbundle my setup.exe writen in C# to enable it to run on
> windows without .net (and without mono) installed but no luck the .exe does
> I have the latest version of Mono and Cygwin anf followed various guides to
> do the build.
> So I tried this app:
> using System;
> namespace monotest
> class Program
> static void Main(string args)
> Console.WriteLine("Hello World");
> I build it with VS 2008, and I also did a test with mcs (form mono
> mkbundle.bat run's just fine, here is its output:
> $ /cygdrive/c/progra~2/mono-2~1.3/bin/mkbundle.bat -o m2 monotest.exe --deps
> OS is: Windows
> Sources: 1 Auto-dependencies: True
> embedding: C:\temp\monotest.exe
> embedding: C:\PROGRA~2\MONO-2~1.3\lib\mono\2.0\mscorlib.dll
> as -o temp.o temp.s
> gcc -mno-cygwin -g -o m2 -Wall temp.c `pkg-config --cflags --libs
> mono|dos2unix` temp.o
> but m2.exe does not show the "hello world" text (both the VS2008 and mcs
> compiled versions showed "hello world"
> note: I copied libglib-2.0.0-0.dll, libgthread-2.0-0.dll and zlib1.dll in
> the 'run' dir.
> Anyone got a clue what I'm doing wrong?
You're not doing anything wrong. Applications are linked
for the Windows subsystem and they don't get a console.
If you want to build console apps, remove
"-mwindows" from $monoprefix/lib/pkgconfig/mono.pc
Alternatively, you may want to try this:
CC="gcc -mconsole" mkbundle ...
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