[Mono-list] Mono 1.1.17 has been released.
mysql.jorge at decimal.pt
Wed Aug 30 04:09:29 EDT 2006
After i compiled 1.1.17 i get "500 service unavailable"
The most strange is that i don't have error in the apache's error log
Anyone noticed this or know how to fix it?
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From: "Miguel de Icaza" <miguel at novell.com>
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Subject: [Mono-list] Mono 1.1.17 has been released.
> Mono 1.1.17 has been released.
> Full release notes:
> Mono was branched at version 1.1.13 to become the stable version of Mono
> that is distributed by Novell on its enterprise products. That series of
> releases are only getting bug fixes.
> Before each release we run all of the regression tests on Mono, so we
> consider this release usable for deployment, but there are still a few
> changes in various areas.
> This release is mostly a bug-fix release, there are very few new
> Changes since Mono 1.1.16
> Basic world: The Mono Basic compiler and the Basic runtime have been
> removed from the Mono distribution. A new compiler that is compatible
> Visual Basic 2005 and a matching runtime are now part of a separate
> distribution. On this particular release, we are offering the basic
> runtime, but the compiler is not able to run completely on Mono yet.
> Windows.Forms: Printing is now supported.
> This release is able to compile and build IronPython 1.0 RC2.
> COM: Basic COM support has been integrated.
> Inotify watcher
> The FileSystem will now use inotify directly on systems that support it
> without having to go through an external library like FAM or Gamin, this
> should make our use of inotify reliable. [Gonzalo Paniagua]
> Async Process Notification
> 2.0 support for asynchronous reads and writes from the Process class is
> now supported [Gonzalo].
> Mono Loading as a Shared Library Works Again
> This was a problem that mostly affected the OpenOffice plugin, which
> loaded Mono as a separate process, this is now fixed [Zoltan Varga]
> Gtk# Split
> As part of Gtk# becoming one of the supported language bindings in the
> Gnome platform and Tomboy, a Gtk#-based application, becoming part of
> Gnome desktop, Gtk# has been split up into multiple packages, instead of
> single one.
> All the packages are available from our download site [Mike Kestner].
> Mono.Cairo bindings now supports a DirectFB surface now [Alp Toker].
> This release includes an upgraded Cairo stack (from 1.0 to 1.2) and
> allowed us to enable printing in System.Drawing and
> The original work was done by Jordi Mas, the Cairo upgrade by Peter
> and the work was completed by Chris Toshok.
> 2.0 API updates
> Process now support the async io handling [Gonzalo Paniagua]
> String.Normalize is included [Atsushi Enomoto]
> ADO.NET 2.0 updates, included an implementation for
> SqlConnection.GetSchema (Nagappan, Nagappan).
> Updated to the 2.0 API. [Miguel de Icaza]
> Gert added support for splitting the registry across user and system
> settings. [Gert Driesen]
> Added support for X.509 client certificates. It's now possible to use
> System.Web.HttpClientCertificate with Apache. Certificate validation can
> be done by Apache, Mono or both (default). [Hubert Fongarnand, Sebastien
> SN now accept password-protected PKCS#12/PFX files to strongname
> assemblies. This feature is enabled in both 1.x and 2.0 profiles
> [Sebastien Pouliot]
> An EventLog implementation is available on both Unix and Windows, to use
> set the MONO_EVENTLOG_TYPE variable like this:
> * local[:path] generates a log file in the given path. If the path is
> not given, it will store the results in "/var/lib/mono/eventlog" on
> Unix and in "%APPDATA%\mono\eventlog" on Windows.
> * win32: This uses the native Windows API to send the log messages to
> the system event log.
> * null: discards all of the events
> to a pathname where the events should be logged to [Atsuhi Enomoto, Gert
> COM Interop: Basic support for Runtime Callable Wrappers (RCWs). This
> allows users to use unmanaged components from managed code. [Jon
> Sqlite now exposes a Version property to detect which underlying
> is available (2.x or 3.x) [Joshua Tauberer]
> Mono.Posix now features an abstract Unix end point in addition to Unix
> Points [Alp Toker].
> XML Land
> Fixed XmlSchemaSet and XmlSchemaCollection problem across multiple
> namespaces [Atsushi Enomoto]
> Important Bug Fixes
> Dynamic linking of Mono is now possible in applications that were using
> the TLS (open office) [Zoltan Varga].
> Newly created AppDomains no longer inherit the list of loaded assemblies
> from the main domain. This has an important side-effect, to get XSP and
> mod_mono running, you must install the latest versions of it (released
> this iteration), older versions will not work [Lluis Sanchez].
> A number of missing pieces of System.IO.Ports have been implemented
> (ReadChar, ReadLine, BytesToRead, BytesToWrite, ReadTo, return USB tty
> devices) [Miguel de Icaza].
> ASP.NET Cache will check dependencies now (79002) [Gonzalo Paniagua]
> Alpha Port
> The beginning of a port to Linux/Alpha has been contributed to Mono,
> [Sergey Tikhonov]
> Cilc, a tool to generate C wrappers for managed routines has been
> relicensed from the GPL to the MIT X11 [Alp Toker]
> Updated the Posgress data bindings to RC3 [Francisco Figueiredo].
> Bugs fixed
> The following bugs were fixed on this release:
> 75555, 76449, 76453, 76757, 77340, 77551, 77820, 78190, 78220, 78271,
> 78288, 78291, 78328, 78399, 78483, 78513, 78525, 78592, 78607, 78646,
> 78661, 78696, 78730, 78731, 78732, 78737, 78746, 78753, 78759, 78761,
> 78773, 78775, 78800, 78804, 78806, 78810, 78813, 78816, 78821, 78822,
> 78825, 78826, 78827, 78837, 78854, 78855, 78856, 78859, 78864, 78865,
> 78866, 78868, 78869, 78871, 78877, 78886, 78889, 78907, 78912, 78914,
> 78927, 78929, 78931, 78939, 78945, 78949, 78969, 78970, 78971, 78972,
> 78977, 79000, 79001, 79002, 79007, 79016, 79020, 79023, 79030, 79037,
> 79052, 79053, 79076, 79080, 79085, 79087, 79091, 79095, 79096, 79150,
> 30235, 45730, 70506, 77403, 77489, 77539, 78253, 78468, 78703, 78724,
> 78767, 78770, 78784, 78799, 78842, 78860, 78888, 78899, 78901, 78943,
> 78968, 79010, 79033, 79056, 79067, 79084, 79090, 79112, 79117, 79118,
> 79125, 77396, 78323, 78384, 78986, 78990, 79012, 79019, 79026, 79064,
> 77963, 78985, 79027 and 79028.
> Installing Mono 1.1.17
> $ ./configure --prefix=/devel
> You can then setup your PATH to include /devel/bin to access the Mono
> Alternatively you can replace your Mono installation with 1.1.17
> Binary Packages and Source Code Downloads:
> Source code and pre-compiled packages for SUSE, SLES, Fedora Core 3,
> RHEL, MacOS and Windows in a variety of platforms available from our
> site from the download section.
> Quick source code installation:
> If we have no packages for your platform, installing from source code
> very simple.
> $ tar xzf mono-1.1.17.tar.gz
> $ cd mono-1.1.17
> $ ./configure
> $ make
> $ make install
> Then compile libgdiplus:
> $ tar xzf libgdiplus-1.1.17.tar.gz
> $ cd libgdiplus-1.1.17
> $ ./configure
> $ make
> $ make install
> The following is a partial list of contributors to the 1.1.17 release of
> Mono, if your name is missing, please contact us.
> Aaron Bockover, Akiramei, Alexander Larsson, Alexander Olk, Alois
> Alp Toker, Andrew Skiba, Ankit Jain, Atsushi Enomoto, Boris Kirzner,
> Crowell, Carlos Alberto Cortez, Cesar Octavio Lopez Nataren, Chris
> Dean Brettle, Dick Porter, Duncan Mak, Eduardo Garcia Cebollero, Eyal
> Alalouf, Francisco Figueiredo Jr., Gert Driesen, Gonzalo Paniagua
> Gustavo Giraldez, Hagit Yidov, Igor Zelmanovich, Jackson Harper,
> Pawlak, Joachim Ante, John Luke, Jonathan Chambers, Jonathan Pobst,
> Jonathan Pryor, Joshua Tauberer, Juraj Skripsky, Konstantin Triger,
> Pal, Lluis Sanchez Gual, Lluis Sanchez Gual, Marek Habersack, Marek
> Marek Sieradzki, Martin Baulig, Matt Hargett, Merav Sudri, Miguel de
> Icaza, Mike Kestner, Nagappan A, Paolo Molaro, Peter Dennis Bartok,
> Dettman, Petri Latvala, Raja R Harinath, Robert Jordan, Roberto Costa,
> Sebastien Pouliot, Sebastien Robitaille, Senganal T, Sergey Tikhonov,
> Sudharsan V, Thong Nguyen, Vladimir Krasnov, Wade Berrier, Yoni Klain,
> Zoltan Varga
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