[Mono-dev] [Mono-list] contributing to mono with monodevelop
argemat1010 at gmail.com
Fri Jul 24 11:23:03 UTC 2015
I'm glad it's not just me, I started feeling stupid already...
There really should be more simple way to editing, building and testing the
class library, if mono wants to attract external contributors.
On Wednesday 22. July 2015 12:10:53 Robert N wrote:
> I would love to hear of an 'official' way to do this... but what I do to use
> XS on OS-X: First, you do have to configure and make the first time as this
> stands up your build/dev environment. I have updated the local classes
> .csproj files with the matching xxxx.xxxx.dll.sources files for the classes
> that I work on personally as those Make include files are the gold standard
> otherwise the configure/make would fail and a lot of the .csproj files are
> just plain busted (at least in the public git repo). I wrote a simple app
> that does that for me, hand fixing/editing 68 entries for something like
> Mono.CSharp x 10 other classes will drive you insane, to get drunk and
> bald, I am only two of those things right now... ;-) I also use the project
> hint path on the references to point back to the "mcs/class/lib/net_4_5"
> directory (FYI: I'm only working on 4.5 in my case) so I will pick up the
> 'local' mscorlib, etc.. that I manually reference in the projects. FYI:
> Running/debugging items with your build environment using the local mono
> wrapper ensures that you are grabbing the right runtime, libs,etc... (look
> in the runtime/ dir for the mono-wrapper script) to see how the
> machine.config is used. The best source for understanding how to run apps
> with this build is the compiler-tester in mcs/tools as you have to have to
> dogfood the compiler using what you built, from the native binaries
> (mini-mono/sgen/bohem/...), and the non-modified class libs and then of
> course your modified versions.
> In XS/MD you will then have a startup project (say the mcs compiler in my
> case) that references the class project that is also in the active solution
> and flagging it for t use local copy vs the hint pathing to the one in the
> class/lib/xxx dir allows you to run/debug your class modifications.
> Remember, that is my way, nothing official, but it works for me...
> From: argemat1010 at gmail.com
> To: Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
> Date: Wed, 22 Jul 2015 09:58:36 +0200
> Subject: [Mono-list] contributing to mono with monodevelop
> Yesterday I tried to start with some small contribution to the mono class
> library, and failed miserably in the setup process. I checked out the
> sources from github, but I was unable to find a valid solution file, which
> allowed me to edit the framework in monodevelop. All the readmes I found
> were either very outdated or centered on VisualStudio.
> Is there some sort of howto for this matter?
> Mono-list maillist - Mono-list at lists.ximian.com
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