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i found a little bug
when i run a bundled app and give them the runtime aot files the mscorelib.so is unusable because info->runtime_version, build_info missmatch:
Mono: AOT: module mscorlib.dll.so is unusable: compiled against runtime version '4.9.0 (master/95fe9a8 Do 20. Okt 23:41:42 CEST 2016)' while this runtime has version '4.9.0 (master/95fe9a8)'.
the problem is there
@mono runtime all fine !!
any news about this problem ?
Am I correct in guessing that your system locale is Norwegian?
no my system locale are german
thanks for take a look :)
Can you give me some basic details on how you are invoking mkbundle and how they are running the application? Thanks
currently this is hard to reproduce because:
but what i do is:
sudo mono --aot /usr/lib/mono/4.5/mscorlib.dll
for i in /usr/lib/mono/gac/*/*/*.dll; do sudo mono --aot $i; done
then move the needed *.so files to the same dir of your bundled application
then enable loglevel debug and you can see the information about AOT file loading
all other AOT files used fine but the mscorlib.so file is unusable because the supposed different build Version's
i will run a test @master but i must find a way to bundle first :/
Can you do me a favor and let me know:
1) Does this problem occur even if you just mkbundle a Hello World?
2) Does it occur if you mkbundle with --simple (which should work as-is)?
3) Does it matter what locale the end-user has running on their machine? Or is it as simple as 'if I mkbundle here the result doesn't work'?
ok i have made a recheck and the problem is gone for me
all good now!
this can closed
thanks for the attention
Thanks for rechecking! Please reopen if it breaks again so we can figure out the cause.