wine.inf: added .NET InstallRoot key
madewokherd at gmail.com
Tue Aug 24 12:48:39 CDT 2010
Yes, build-mingw32.sh works, but the resulting build is incomplete.
For example, it lacks libgluezilla and a mozilla library to glue to,
so the browsing component does not work. This is in the official
Windows builds of Mono.
I don't know what else is missing.
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 12:45 PM, Hin-Tak Leung
<hintak_leung at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> --- On Tue, 24/8/10, Vincent Povirk <madewokherd at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > And eventually mono will be
>> installed automatically like gecko is?
>> If I ever get the damn thing to build fully on a Linux box,
> Is there a problem with that? Mono comes with a script called "build-mingw32.sh" for cross-compiling on linux. I use that for every mono release since about 2.2 as I need a little customization, changing the heap setting, before they get the new garbage collector code scheduled for 2.8(?) ready. I only rebuild the runtime - not the class libraries, so I stop the build in the middle.
> There are some dependency differences (depending on different versions of dependent dll's) against MSVC builds, file naming differences (the mono dll is called libmono.dll in one but just mono.dll in the other - I filed a bug for it and it is still open), and dependencies on gcc_s*.dll from exception unwinding, but it is basically inter-operable - as I swap one part of the stock msvc build with a custom mingw cross-compiled part for every release for much of the last two years now.
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