Does mkbundle work on Windows as well? I have a number of distribution issues with clients unable to "install" the .NET framework due to security restrictions on PCs, and it would be really good to be able to distribute a CD that "just runs".<br><br>Cheers,<br><br>Euan.<br><br>> Date: Wed, 23 Sep 2009 15:04:28 +0300<br>> From: email@example.com<br>> To: firstname.lastname@example.org<br>> CC: email@example.com<br>> Subject: Re: [Mono-osx] one click installation of an app running with mono?<br>> <br>> Heertsch wrote:<br>> > Beginners question:<br>> > I develop an app running in mono.<br>> > My customers should be able to install this app without any knowledge. ("One<br>> > Click"). Is there a HowTo or a tutorial, how to build such package?<br>> <br>> Take a look at mkbundle command line utility.<br>> <br>> Basically, it allows you to package all .net assemblies of your <br>> application together with mono'
system assemblies into one native binary <br>> file (Mac OS or Linux) which will run w/o the need to install mono <br>> framework.<br>> <br>> Beware of current problems in mono-2.4 with app.config and <br>> machine.config. There's open bug for this, but it's not fixed yet.<br>> <br>> Also, if you application happen to load libc at runtime (e.g., <br>> System.Drawing does this upon initialization) you'll need to package <br>> /usr/etc/mono/config too and use it through MONO_CONFIG environment <br>> variable. It's required at least on Ubuntu GNU/Linux.<br>> <br>> --<br>> Alex<br>> <br>>  https://bugzilla.novell.com/show_bug.cgi?id=325022<br>> _______________________________________________<br>> Mono-osx mailing list<br>> Monofirstname.lastname@example.org<br>> http://lists.ximian.com/mailman/listinfo/mono-osx<br>                                            </body>