[Mono-osx] Still trouble with 1.1.16
Ken & Deb Allen
kendrhyd at sympatico.ca
Mon Aug 21 16:08:05 EDT 2006
Yes, it was "macpack"ed. The following is the script that I used.
> #! /bin/sh
> cd ~/Development/Mono/DoubleElimination
> echo Building...
> mcs -out:DoubleElimination.exe -t:exe -warn:4 -win32icon:App.ico -
> r:System.Windows.Forms.dll -r:System.Drawing -r:System.Data
> AssemblyInfo.cs ControlForm.cs CreateTournamentForm.cs
> rm -R DoubleElimination.app
> macpack -n:DoubleElimination -a:DoubleElimination.exe -o:. -m:1
> rm DoubleElimination.exe
> echo done.
I can ZIP and send the simple source files, if you like.
On 21-Aug-06, at 2:41 PM, Edward J. Sabol wrote:
> Ken Allen wrote:
>> Personally, the only thing that I did was install the Mono release,
>> recompile my test program (which is very simple and was originally
>> created using Visual Studio .Net 1.1 under Windows XP Pro), and then
>> attempt to execute it.
> Unfortunately, I can't test 1.1.16 at the moment....
> Just to be clear, Ken, did you "macpack" it? Maybe you skipped this
> which is required on the Mac but not on Windows?
> Here's a sample Makefile which shows you how to "macpack" a simple
> System.Windows.Form program on the Mac:
> CSFILES = Form1.cs
> OUTFILE = Form1.exe
> OUTAPP = Form1
> all: $(OUTAPP).app/Contents/Resources/$(OUTFILE)
> rm -f *.exe *.dll *.mdb
> rm -rf *.app
> open $(OUTAPP)
> $(OUTAPP).app/Contents/Resources/$(OUTFILE): $(OUTFILE)
> rm -rf $(OUTAPP).app
> macpack -m:1 -n:$(OUTAPP) -o:. -a:$(OUTFILE)
> $(OUTFILE): $(CSFILES)
> mcs -g $(CSFILES) -r:System.Drawing.dll -
> r:System.Windows.Forms.dll -out:$@
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