[Mono-list] Mono compilation error when using 64 bit platform: Error CS0016: Could not write to file `test', cause: AMD64 (CS0016)

gregsan gleban at gmail.com
Fri Sep 21 20:40:21 UTC 2012

The reason I was using the x64 was because I'm referencing a shared library
that I also developed. Since the library is using more than 4 gb of RAM I
need it (the library) and the mono app to be 64 bit. 

Only after posting this question I checked and saw that compiling on a 64
bit machine with g++ automatically produces a 64 bit library. Running the
file command (file name_of_the_program.exe) tells me that the application is
32 bit but if I test the running process I see that it is 64 bit. Therefore
it seems that I don't actually have a problem. Despite compiling for 32 bit,
the running app runs as 64 bit app.

Thanks for your feedbacks.


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