[Mono-list] Is still Mono multiplatform?
baltasarq at gmail.com
Tue Jul 31 11:19:52 UTC 2012
Many, many thanks for your help.
> I've downloaded testy and tried to run it on windows, it immediately crashes
> out and I get the option to load it in the vs2010 debugger.
I don't have VS installed, just Monodevelop.
> The exception is:
> Could not load file or assembly 'Mono.Posix, Version=22.214.171.124, Culture=neutral,
> PublicKeyToken=0738eb9f132ed756' or one of its dependencies. The system cannot
> find the file specified.
> So your program depends on an assembly you've not shipped and that isn't part
> of .Net.
But I haven't added any special dll, nor MonoDevelop has warned me about needing to distribute anything special.
I have manually removed that dependency from my project, but then, in the generated files for the user interface, I get the following error:
/home/baltasarq/Documents/Dropbox/prys/Testy/Testy/gtk-gui/Testy.Gui.MainWindow.cs(94,94): Error CS0234: The type or namespace name `Unix' does not exist in the namespace `Mono'. Are you missing an assembly reference? (CS0234) (Testy)
In the lines that deal with the stock icons, and so on, for actions:
this.saveAction = new global::Gtk.Action ("saveAction", global::Mono.Unix.Catalog.GetString ("_Save"), null, "gtk-save");
This is automatically generated by MonoDevelop, and I don't think I have...
Wait a minute: now I understand.
In all new projects, MonoDevelop checks the option to support Gettext, through the Mono.Unix class. You have to uncheck that option, and THEN delete "Mono.Posix" from the references list (be careful, MonoDevelop will add it automatically if you do in different order).
Then the project builds without a glitch. I suppose that the absence of this reference will solve the problem.
> Mono.Posix does compile for windows, It just won't do everything it does on
> posix platforms.
It actually don't really seem to be needed at all, at least for multiplatform desktop -tiny- applications.
> Are the sources for testy public?
Well, I don't care about giving away the sources, just nobody asked (expressed any interest) before. I've made them public in its web page. I've also updated the binaries.
I suspect anyway that the problem has been solved. I'm longing to go back home in the afternoon and check it on Windows.
Thank you very, very much.
Baltasar (baltasarq at gmail.com http://baltasarq.info/)
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