[Mono-dev] Detect whether application is running on LLVM
vargaz at gmail.com
Fri Feb 18 14:01:23 EST 2011
Not currently. You can add a wrapper shell script to your app and tell
people to use that
instead of using mono <app.exe>.
On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 7:54 PM, no.human.being
<qndre_encrypt at hotmail.com>wrote:
> Hello Mono-Devs!
> I am currently developing a long-running, computationally-intensive server
> application for distributed-computing. Now, obviously, this is an
> application which should be run using "mono --llvm" for performance reasons
> (application is performing computationally bound number-crunching tasks,
> startup delay is insignificant).
> Now I would like to detect, whether the application is running on LLVM or
> "straight mono" and display a "nag message" to remind the user that he will
> contribute more computing power by using the LLVM backend to execute his
> worker. Of course, this message should only be displayed when he the LLVM
> backend is not used.
> Is there any reliable way to detect whether LLVM or the "default JIT
> backend" is used?
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