[Mono-devel-list] Problem: CSC fails to compile corlib (bug?) or is it an MCS bug ?
jacek.blaszczynski at acn.waw.pl
Tue Aug 10 04:23:21 EDT 2004
Thanks for info but neither latest cvs checkout (today 10:00) nor setting
__SECURITY_BOOTSTRAP_DB helps in building corlib with csc
my command line is as follows:
...\Mono\mcs\class\corlib>csc /out:mscorlib.dll /target:library
/recurse:*.cs /d:INSIDE_CORLIB /d:NET_1_1 /debug+ /unsafe+
/nowarn:0649;0169;0067 /nologo /nostdlib+
System\Guid.cs(449,18): warning CS0675: Bitwise-or operator used on a
sign-extended operand; consider casting to a smaller unsigned type first
error CS1577: Assembly generation failed -- Nieokreślony błąd (eng.
translation: Undefined error).
My configuration is as follows: WinXP Pro SP1 PL fully patched, NET SDK v
The only change after setting __SECURITY_BOOTSTRAP_DB is that error CS1577
is not extended with additional info on security attributes.
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Subject: Re: [Mono-devel-list] Problem: CSC fails to compile corlib (bug?)
or is it an MCS bug ?
Actually the fixage that Marcus suggested was already applied to cvs. At
least I had been having no trouble on building corlib with csc.
Or is Jacek using other version of csc than MS.NET 1.1?
> mscorlib.dll is a special case. csc complains when you define and use
> a security attribute in the same assembly. Try setting the
> environmental variable __SECURITY_BOOTSTRAP_DB (to anything) and building.
> On Monday 09 August 2004 3:45 am, Jacek Blaszczynski wrote:
>>csc is unable to compile corlib under windows throwing the following
>>Assembly generation failed -- Common Language Runtime Internal error:
>>0x80131443 later complining about using security attributes defind in
>>the same assembly.
>>Obviously mcs compiles without any problems.
>>No problems with csc compiling other assemblies I have tested so far.
>>Q1: is the use of security attributes within corlib violating in any
>>way ECMA C# specs?
>>Q2: who is right prohibiting use of security attributes in defining
>>Q3: is it possible to compile corlib with csc - any workarounds ?
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