[Mono-list] Could not lookup zero argument constructor for class Ninject.StandardKernel

mimi zachary.xu at jomediainc.com
Tue Mar 3 20:57:03 UTC 2015

I embedded Mono to my c++ code and tested with basic stuffs (invoke c#
methods wiht parameters and from multiple DLLs). I am trying to add Ninject
stuff to my code
The following is the code segmrnt:

            MonoAssembly * assembly = NULL;            
            assembly = mono_domain_assembly_open (domain,

            MonoImage * image = NULL;
            image = mono_assembly_get_image(assembly);            

            MonoClass* classStandardKernel = NULL;
            classStandardKernel = mono_class_from_name(image, "Ninject",

            MonoObject* instanceClass1 = NULL;
            instanceClass1 = mono_object_new(domain, classStandardKernel);
            if (!instanceClass1)
                printf("Get object error\n");
                printf("Get object successfully\n");


            printf("object initialized\n");

Here is the console output:

Debugging starts
Get object successfully
Could not lookup zero argument constructor for class Ninject.StandardKernel
Debugging has finished

I looked at the method:

mono_runtime_object_init (MonoObject *this)
	MonoMethod *method = NULL;
	MonoClass *klass = this->vtable->klass;

	method = mono_class_get_method_from_name (klass, ".ctor", 0);
	if (!method)
		g_error ("Could not lookup zero argument constructor for class %s",
mono_type_get_full_name (klass));

	if (method->klass->valuetype)
		this = mono_object_unbox (this);
	mono_runtime_invoke (method, this, NULL, NULL);

And can't figure out why the mono runtime can't find the default
constructor. I tested with Visual Studio c# project and it works fine. 

Another question is, with embedded Mono, can we access all the
functionalities the Ninject provides?

Thanks for any help!


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