[Mono-list] Using Windows DLL in Linux
stifu at free.fr
Tue Mar 22 08:55:35 EDT 2011
I meant ReceivedBytesThreshold *property*, but whatever. :)
> It might still work, and would only fail when that method is called. But
> if that method is called often, or on start up, then you're probably out
> of luck. On the other hand, being very optimistic, it's possible the
> method is there but never called.
> The only way to find out is to just try it.
> PS: this page confirms the ReceivedBytesThreshold method is not
> Francisco M. Marzoa Alonso wrote:
>> MoMA is that I needed, indeed. Here is the output I get:
>> OK - All Methods called exist in Mono
>> OK - No P/Invokes are called.
>> FAIL - Methods called that throw NotImplementedException: 1
>> FAIL - Methods called marked with [MonoTodo]: 1
>> Showing it in detail, it's the same method for both fails:
>> SerialPort.set_ReceivedBytesThreshold (int)
>> That's for mono 2.8.
>> So, I think the library "as is" it's not portable. :-|
>> El 19/03/11 07:28, Matthew Winter escribió:
>> > Hi,
>> > Potentially yes, but I would first scan the DLL using the MoMA tool
>> (http://www.mono-project.com/MoMA), which will be able to confirm if
>> everything this assembly does is currently supported by Mono.
>> > Regards
>> > Matt
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