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Re: [DotGNU] compat

From: Gopal V
Subject: Re: [DotGNU] compat
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 2003 19:56:59 +0530
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If memory serves me right, Patrick Pletscher wrote:
> .NET compiler (, which runs really

I will take a good look at that ... (downloading..)

> uses System.Diagnostics.Process, which isn't implemented in DotGNU, but I
> think thats no problem, because the
> developer will might change a little bit his code and so it should work with
> both, mono and DotGNU Portable .NET.

Is he invoking the Assembler or Compiler from the output ? ... Soon enough
Pnet will have reflection.emit support for people who want to compile stuff
inside C# ...  The peices for building this have been here for about 4 months
now, we just didn't have any compelling reasons to work on that :)

> Binary, which uses for example:
>  a: ARRAY 50 OF CHAR;
> When I execute such an binary the following error appears:
> metadata error in token 0x0A000005: member 'System.String..ctor' not found
> ./test.exe: invalid metadata in image

Ok, this looks like a String constructor missing from ?...
Could you hunt up the System.String line in the IL assembly generated
by the compiler ?

> Can you help me? I'd really like to run my Oberon-programs also under
> Linux...

me too ... I want to run my programs anywhere and vice versa ! ...

If you really want to, you can log a bug at our Savannah bug-tracker ... (hopefully this is a 
couple of lines bug) ...

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