[Mono-osx] ServicePointManager using 2.0
silver83 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 19 09:01:04 EST 2008
It was my problem with incorrect args to mono_jit_exec
Sorry and Thanks.
> I no longer get this issue but as I indicated and you tried the EXE is
> required. All of my searching pointed to the DLL not initializing the
> environment correctly. And I tried to set some of the variables manually
> that the code appeared to need, that never worked. Maybe the call to
> mono_domain_assembly_open is required.
> Here again is how I currently init the 2.0.1 mono environment from within
> Cocoa app:
> NSString *libraryPath = [[[NSBundle mainBundle] bundlePath]
> NSString *sampleAssemblyPath = [libraryPath
> NSLog(@"libraryPath: %@", sampleAssemblyPath);
> mono_config_parse ("config");
> domain = mono_jit_init ([sampleAssemblyPath UTF8String]);
> MonoAssembly *monoAssembly = mono_domain_assembly_open(domain,
> [sampleAssemblyPath UTF8String]);
> NSLog(@"sample assembly: %p", monoAssembly);
> mono_jit_exec (domain, monoAssembly, 1, argv);
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