[Mono-dev] Telling mcs/monodevelop where to find a DLL
monoman at gmail.com
Thu Jan 22 19:48:46 UTC 2015
You should not gac install dependencies, probably it is better to have a
nuget package of it referenced, that will download at reference time a
local copy of some specific version, but I could find one for CpGetOpt at
Also there are many alternative command line options processing libraries,
two of them already available in Mono (Mono.Options callback-based, and
Mono.GetOptions attributes-based). See also
I packaged my evolution of Mono.GetOptions, which I created more than a
decade ago, as this nuget https://www.nuget.org/packages/Commons.GetOptions/
On Thu, Jan 22, 2015 at 12:39 PM, sdeerwester <scott.deerwester at gmail.com>
> As I mentioned in a StackOverflow question
> , I'm having trouble telling mono where to find a DLL (Gnu.Getopt, from
> here <http://www.codeproject.com/Articles/26502/GetOpt-for-NET> ) that I
> registered using gacutil. gacutil -i works fine, and shows the newly
> registered DLL with gacutil -l. But neither mcs nor monodevelop sees it.
> It's not in the list of available registrations in monodevelop. I also
> manually adding a symbolic link in /usr/lib/mono/4.5, but still no joy.
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