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I have bundled an Exe with Mono in Mac using
export AS="as -arch i386"
export CC="cc -arch i386 -framework CoreFoundation -lobjc -liconv"
mkbundle -- static myapp.exe MonoMac.dll --deps -o myapp
It successfully produces the native application myapp.
I copied the lib directory from mono folder and pasted it on desktop because the app uses **GTK** for User Interface.
I'm trying to launch the application using the following ***script.sh***
The app successfully launches provided that Mono is installed in Library folder*** if i remove Mono.Framework from the Library Folder i get the following error
My question is isn't the static Flag used to include Mono Runtime with the Exe and produce a non dependent Native code(Except GTK for which i have set the DYLIB Path),Why is it looking for Mono in the Library Folder?
What does "otool -L <yourbinary>" says?
Closing due to no response, if you still see this issue please file a new one at https://github.com/mono/mono/issues. Thanks!