[Mono-osx] Rebuilding from source.
Dominique at SavageSoftwareSolutions.com
Fri Apr 29 15:59:02 EDT 2011
They are both at the same level. I think I'll delete both and start again.
On 29/04/2011 14:27, Geoff Norton wrote:
> You need to check out the 'maccore.git' repository as well, parallel
> to 'monomac'
> On 2011-04-29, at 6:10 AM, Dominique Louis wrote:
>> Hi Max,
>> I had tried that, but I just tried it again and I get...
>> "make: *** No rule to make target
>> `../../maccore/src/./CoreMedia/CMBlockBuffer.cs', needed by
>> `core.dll'. Stop."
>> On 29/04/2011 10:58, Maxi Combina wrote:
>>> Just a guess, but if you go inside the monomac directory, then
>>> "make" will build both samples and MonoMac.dll.
>>> If make is trying to build the samples first, then it will fail.
>>> I would go inside monomac/src and try "make" there.
>>> Let us know.
>>> 2011/4/29 Dominique Louis <Dominique at savagesoftwaresolutions.com
>>> <mailto:Dominique at savagesoftwaresolutions.com>>
>>> What are the correct steps to building monomac from source.
>>> I have both maccore and monomac at the same level.
>>> I did a git clone of the monomac, then cd into the monomac
>>> directory and
>>> then typed make.
>>> But I then get "error CS0006: Metadata file `../../src/MonoMac.dll'
>>> could not be found"
>>> kangaroo on IRC ( Geoff ) mentioned I had build it, but I
>>> thought that
>>> is what make did.
>>> I think I've missed out a step, but can't remember it. What am I
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