[Mono-dev] moonlight source in mono-2.0
fejj at novell.com
Mon Aug 18 15:46:15 EDT 2008
The 2.1 assemblies are just stripped-down 2.0 assemblies and smcs is
just gmcs built to target 2.1
None of the Silverlight classes are included inside Mono, so there
shouldn't need to be any source-code removal at all.
Also... why would the source code need to be removed at all in the
source packages anyway? I'm totally lost.
On Mon, 2008-08-18 at 20:15 +0100, Paul wrote:
> As part of the regular review of updated packages within fedora, we've
> found that the current 2.0 preview has the ability to build the
> moonlight assemblies (or not depending on the configure option).
> Moonlight is a forbidden item in Fedora, so I've built it with the
> configure script saying no thanks to moonlight. However, if the code is
> in the mono tarballs, it has to be removed when it's packaged up.
> Looking at the source, I can't see anything glaringly obvious, but from
> memory, its smcs, System.Net and anything 2.1 in gac. Can someone
> confirm this?
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