[Mono-dev] About porting Mono to aix (Mono-devel-list Digest, Vol 127, Issue 17)
zding at rocketsoftware.com
Wed Dec 2 09:44:18 UTC 2015
I compiled the mono on aix system, but I run the mono it core dumped for a sigsegv on this line:
return runtime_invoke (obj, params, exc, info->compiled_method);
but when I tried to debug it using gdb, but I can't enter this function " runtime_invoke ", I know it is a pointer function,
how can I know the exact function name, and is it a lib function? Or is there any address problem for this function running on aix?
Kindly hope get your reply,
From: Jo Shields [mailto:directhex at apebox.org]
Sent: Monday, November 23, 2015 4:01 PM
To: Zhanxing Ding <zding at rocketsoftware.com>; mono-devel-list at lists.ximian.com
Subject: Re: [Mono-dev] About porting Mono to aix (Mono-devel-list Digest, Vol 127, Issue 17)
Monolite is platform-independent bytecode.
If you're getting a core dump, that comes from your mono runtime port.
In general, the low-hanging fruit for getting the runtime working are the tests in mono/mini - compile them on a Linux box (cd mono/mini && make check), transfer them over, and get all of them (8 I think) working without failures.
On 23/11/15 01:45, Zhanxing Ding wrote:
> Hi Jo,
> Thank you for your reply, I have got the latest monolite by running
> "make get-monolite-latest", but when I compile the Mono C# compiler
> mcs.exe using it, I got the core dumped, does the monolite support aix currently? I know the mono currently just support Linux, windows, Mac OS.
> How can I continue to compile mono on aix without monolite which supports aix?
> Thank you!
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> Subject: Re: [Mono-dev] About porting Mono to aix (Mono-devel-list
> Digest, Vol 127, Issue 17)
> On 20/11/15 03:07, Zhanxing Ding wrote:
>> Recently I tried to port mono to IBM aix6.1 system, did any one try
>> to do this before, and I met a problem and I didn't know how to
>> fixed, on compiling runtime module, it need a monolite to compile it,
>> but I think there is not a supported version for aix, where can I get the source code of monolite, is it possible porting mono to aix.
> "monolite" is a minimal distribution of the Mono C# compiler mcs.exe, and its dependencies - it is needed to compile the Mono C# compiler mcs.exe.
> Tarballs of Mono bundle monolite, but git builds you either need an
> existing "mcs" in $PATH, or to obtain monolite separately
> "make get-monolite-latest" will use curl or wget to download a
> compatible version of monolite to your source tree (into
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