Edward Ned Harvey (mono)
edward.harvey.mono at clevertrove.com
Sun Oct 27 01:30:59 UTC 2013
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> bounces at lists.ximian.com] On Behalf Of Edward Ned Harvey (mono)
> Where would you get it? All I can find is the source in the mono github
> project. If you wanted to use Mono.Security on mac, windows, and linux,
> would you need to install complete mono runtime in order to have access to
> If you don't want the whole runtime (for example, you just want
> Mono.Security on windows) do you have to download the mono source and
> then somehow build just the Mono.Security assembly?
I figured it out. The easiest thing to do is to download the mono windows installer, and install it. Then, you'll have "C:\Program Files (x86)\Mono-2.10.9\lib\mono\4.0\Mono.Security.dll" which you can copy to your project (or leave it where it is.) Add reference to your project - browse to the dll directly. And then you can "using Mono.Security;" and furthermore, you can go to Start/Programs/Mono/Monodoc. There you'll find the namespace & classes documented.
In particular, the X509CertificateBuilder class (and friends.) This is what I was going after.
I'm aware, but it deserves mention, that mono is distributed under various licenses, and it would generally not be advisable to distribute this DLL without considering license compatibility. But if it were to be installed as a separate "add on" or something like that, complying with the license terms, then it should be ok.
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