[Mono-list] mkbundle on windows
twostepted at yahoo.com
Thu Oct 5 01:28:27 EDT 2006
Does anyone have any idea what this mono error message means on my Fedora 5 box?
>Corlib not in sync with this runtime: expected corlib version 49, found 54.
I see the message when I try running an app I mkbundled on the same box.
At one time, I had a previous version of mono installed (1.13 I think) and then reinstalled by compiling from 1.1.17 source.
Thanks for any advice,
Travis Staloch <twostepted at yahoo.com> wrote: Robert,
Thanks again for your help. mkbundle was able to complete on my linux box, creating an .out file which I renamed to .exe and tried to run it. I get an error relating to the expected mscorlib version. Here it is
Corlib not in sync with this runtime: expected corlib version 49, found 54.
Download a newer corlib or a newer runtime at http://www.go-mono.com/daily.
Robert Jordan <robertj at gmx.net> wrote: Hi Travis,
I'm not sure whether any non-critical (critical as in security,
data loss, etc.) patches will be accepted for the stable (1.1.13)
branch, but I'll try to get them in.
Travis Staloch wrote:
> Thanks alot Robert. I was wondering if I should use that one. BTW,
> did you mention when that version of mkbundle.exe will be applied to
> the current stable mono branch?
> Robert Jordan wrote: Hi Travis,
> That's the same problem like in Windows. Copy mkbundle.exe I sent you
> in the folder with the assemblies you want to bundle and call it like
> mono mkbundle.exe ...
> Travis Staloch wrote:
>> Hey Robert,
>> I've been trying to use mkbundle now on my linux FC5 box and seem
>> to be getting an error with it. The app itself runs fine on linux
>> after making some changes to the dllmap entries in
>> /usr/local/etc/mono/config. However when I use try to run the
>> mkbundle command below, I get the error listed below. (The error
>> says that it can't seem to find my InstallerCommon.dll which is in
>> the same directory as MyInstaller.exe).
>> Thanks for any advice.
>>> mono /usr/local/lib/mono/1.0/mkbundle.exe -z --deps --config-dir
>>> . MyInstaller.exe
>> (BTW, I've tried leaving off the '--config-dir .' switch too).
>> Unhandled Exception: System.IO.FileNotFoundException:
>> InstallerCommon, Version=1.0.2336.677, Culture=neutral :
>> InstallerCommon, Version=1.0.2336.677, Culture=neutral at <0x00000>
>> at (wrapper managed-to-native) System.AppDomain:LoadAssembly
>> (string,System.Security.Policy.Evidence,bool) at
>> System.AppDomain.Load (System.Reflection.AssemblyName assemblyRef,
>> System.Security.Policy.Evidence assemblySecurity) [0x00000] at
>> (wrapper remoting-invoke-with-check) System.AppDomain:Load
>> (System.Reflection.AssemblyName,System.Security.Policy.Evidence) at
>> System.AppDomain.Load (System.Reflection.AssemblyName assemblyRef)
>> [0x00000] at (wrapper remoting-invoke-with-check)
>> System.AppDomain:Load (System.Reflection.AssemblyName) at
>> System.Reflection.Assembly.Load (System.Reflection.AssemblyName
>> assemblyRef) [0x00000] at MakeBundle.QueueAssembly
>> (System.Collections.ArrayList files, System.String codebase)
>> [0x00000] at MakeBundle.Main (System.String args) [0x00000]
>> Robert Jordan wrote: Hi,
>> If you bundle you app on a Linux 2.4 system, the binary should work
>> an all systems.
>> The problem on Linux are the native dependencies (GLib, GTK) that
>> you have to deliver. I can't help you with that, because I never
>> did it myself.
>> You may try to put them in the private "lib" dir of your
>> application and change LD_LIBRARY_PATH from inside of a launcher
>> script to point to this lib dir.
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