[Mono-dev] embedded mono and .NET 4.0 assemblies [peculiar error]
jonathan.shore at gmail.com
Fri Nov 4 15:22:58 EDT 2011
I'm working off of http://www.mono-project.com/Embedding_Mono with regard to initialization. I tried a number of possible version #s for the mono_jit_init_version(), but indicated:
WARNING: The runtime version supported by this application is unavailable.
Using default runtime: v2.0.50727
what is the version # one should use to correspond to .NET 4? The version #s like v2.0.50727 are peculiar (but I think a MS thing). Or is there a way to initialize the domain using the assembly? Is the argument to the domain optionally either its name or the path to the main assembly? I note that in the header have the signature:
mono_jit_init (const char *file);
Whereas the documentation in the link above indicates that mono_jit_init () is provided with the name for the domain.
I guess the docs are not very clear here. Just need one approach that works. Thanks for your help.
On Nov 4, 2011, at 3:13 PM, Robert Jordan wrote:
> On 04.11.2011 20:05, Jonathan Shore wrote:
>> My assembly is definitely 4.0 and "monodis --assemblyref" indicates dependency on .NET 4 assemblies. I'll look into mono_jit_init_version() and see whether this helps.
> Yes, but you're not using it for initialization.
>> // create AppDomain
> This won't initialize a v4 runtime. The default is 2.0:
>> _domain = mono_jit_init ("api");
>> // load bootstrap assembly
>> string dir (assemblydir);
>> string path = dir + "/com.gf.core.dll";
> That's too late:
>> _core = mono_domain_assembly_open (_domain, path.c_str());
>> Where "com.gf.core.dll" is compiled to .NET 4.0. Thanks
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