[Mono-osx] Mono 1.2.3 Preview Pains

Allan Hsu allan at counterpop.net
Mon Jan 29 13:21:53 EST 2007

On Jan 28, 2007, at 6:50 AM, R. Tyler Ballance wrote:

> After rebuilding my Dumbarton.framework against the 1.2.3 preview I  
> had installed, the SIGABRT went away. I'm somewhat curious as to if  
> there is an issue with the embedded API in 1.2.2 being incompatible  
> with 1.2.3, and if that was causing the issue.
> It is certainly not an issue to switch development to using 1.2.3  
> instead of the 1.2.2 release, but something seems awry in the  
> Dumbarton linked against 1.2.2 would break completely for 1.2.3;  
> did some API change deep in the runtime, or are all embedded  
> projects subject to breakage on point releases? Just curious so I  
> don't hit this issue again.

The Dumbarton.xcodeproj in SVN does not rewrite the install names of  
the libraries in mono that it links against. Because of this, you  
should not (and probably *cannot*) use Dumbarton.framework with a  
version of Mono that it wasn't explicitly compiled against.  
Currently, every time you change Mono versions, you should rebuild  

Allan Hsu <allan at counterpop dot net>
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