paul at all-the-johnsons.co.uk
Tue Sep 28 11:13:18 EDT 2004
I'm trying to trace a winforms problem I'm having.
Originally, I had mono installed from rpms, deinstalled that, then
installed mono from cvs.
I can't get a winforms program to work, so using strace, found it was
looking in /usr/lib/mono/1.0 which has a pile of symlinks to (say) /usr/
Windows.Forms.dll - all other C# and mbas programs work happily
When I compiled mono, I did the configure with --with-preview=yes, so
there is also a directory called /usr/lib/mono/2.0. The only problem is
that it seems mono is defaulting to the 1.0 directory rather than the
2.0 directory for the likes of winforms
Do I need to issue something extra when compiling to use the 2.0 preview
assemblies (like we used to have to have SWF=1 mono winform-app.exe)?
"If I face my God tomorrow, I can tell Him I am innocent.
I've never harmed anyone. I have cheated no one.
I have deceived no one. I have hurt no one.
Except myself. And that He will forgive me." - Hans Holzel
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