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Wed, 18 Sep 2002 19:38:52 +0530
If memory serves me right, Rhys Weatherley wrote:
> Note: by default, the tests build against the metadata-only
> versions of the assemblies, but run against the pre-compiled
> assemblies in the pnet distribution. This will change as the
> compiler gets better.
Well the compiler has got to the bleeding edge right now ... I'm
able to do a compile of System.dll with the exception of the reported
bugs (Compiler Issues:* in Savannah) .
I still need ILNode_GotoDefault implemented to compile Uri.cs correctly.
(what I've done is copy paste the default: code in place of the goto default)
But the issue here is testing against this System.dll ... To test for your
hacks . Put System.dll into some directory and copy the mscorlib.dll from
pnet/samples to that dir , not cat /dev/null > pnetlib.here in that dir.
$ ls /tmp/dotgnu/pnetlib/System/*.dll
$ ls /tmp/dotgnu/pnetlib/System/*.here
$ ilrun -L /tmp/dotgnu/pnetlib/System a.out.exe
DO NOT do this for the meta-data compiles you are getting .
it's a hack all the way !
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